US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin incorporates a Covid-19 contract and can remain in confinement for a minimum of five days, he said in an exceedingly statement issued by the U.S. Department of Defense on Sunday (local time).
“I was tested for Covid-19 this morning. I asked for a test today after showing symptoms while on vacation,” Austin said, adding that “his symptoms are mild” and following his doctor’s instructions.
“In accordance with those guidelines, and in compliance with the CDC guidelines, i will be able to separate myself reception for the following five days,” he added.
The King of the Pentagon has said he will attend important meetings coming soon.
“Preventing the spread of the virus, protecting our employees and ensuring that I recover quickly and safely remains a priority on behalf of me. To the most effective of my ability, I conceive to attend about next week those important meetings and discussions necessary to tell my status and make decisions. “Deputy Secretary Hicks will represent me appropriately in other matters,” the statement read.
He noted that the last time he met with US President Joe Biden was on December 21 and his last visit to the Pentagon was on Thursday.
“My last meeting with President Biden passed on Tuesday, December 21st, over every week before I started having symptoms. I discovered I failed to have it that morning. “We are alienated from society in the least times,” Austin said in a very statement.