Hillary Clinton announces she has coronavirus

The former US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, announced that she had contracted the Corona virus, as she felt "some mild cold symptoms", while tests proved that her husband, former President Bill Clinton, was not infected.

Clinton added that she was "more grateful than ever for the protection that vaccines can provide against serious infection," and called for vaccinations and boosters.

She said that her husband had taken a negative test, and that he was "in quarantine for the complete safety of the family."

And she asked her Twitter followers to nominate some films to watch, apparently during the quarantine period, in a funny gesture.

Clinton's announcement comes less than 10 days after former President Barack Obama announced he had tested positive for the virus.

On Tuesday, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki announced that she had contracted the Corona virus and canceled her trip to Europe, accompanied by President Joe Biden.

Saki wrote in a tweet that she had tested for Corona before traveling to Europe, and the result was "positive", so she decided not to travel, in compliance with the instructions of the "Centers for Disease Control and Prevention" of the US Department of Health.

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