- At least seven people who attended an event on Saturday where President Donald Trump announced his Supreme Court pick have now tested positive for COVID-19.
- Trump announced that he tested positive for the virus on Friday.
- At least 150 people attended the event on Saturday.
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President Donald Trump announced Judge Amy Coney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee on Saturday at an event with 150 attendees.
Almost a week later on Friday, Trump tested positive for COVID-19. Now the event has come under some scrutiny, as at least seven attendees have tested positive for the virus this week.
It’s unclear if the Rose Garden gathering was a super-spreader event, or how or when those who contracted COVID-19 got the virus — whether at the event or elsewhere.
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Here are all the prominent attendees who have tested positive for the virus:
Barrett tested negative on Friday but had the coronavirus this summer.
More people in the president’s inner circle who interacted with him the week prior to his diagnosis also tested positive. White House aide Hope Hicks, Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, and campaign manager Bill Stepien are also among those who have tested positive for COVID-19.