Senator Rand Paul now tests negative for coronavirus, will volunteer at hospital

Just the News – Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said Tuesday that he’s now tested negative for the coronavirus, after contracting it in March, and that he is now volunteering his services at a hospital.

“I have started volunteering at a local hospital to assist those in my community who are in need of medical help, including coronavirus patients,” the senator and ophthalmologist wrote in a tweet that included a picture of him wearing a white doctor’s coat and sporting a three-day beard. more here

5 Comments on Senator Rand Paul now tests negative for coronavirus, will volunteer at hospital

  1. There’s no way to know how many people have had it and never known about it because it was so mild they just shrugged it off as something else and went on with life, or how many people actually currently have it since there is no reporting (or maybe even recording) of those currently sick vs number of those who have caught it.

    It’s quite possible that active cases -those currently sick- are only a small percentage of those who are listed as having it and, at least in my vicinity, that is verified by the low number of people in intensive car or others hospitalized at local hospitals for all causes.

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  2. I guess there must be two tests:
    Coronavirus: Positive or Negative
    Coronavirus Antigens: Positive or Negative for exposure antibodies as a result of exposure? I think they are still developing this? (asking)

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