The White House has gone to extraordinary lengths to withhold critical information about Trump’s health, even after he contracted a deadly virus

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  • The White House has consistently lacked transparency when it comes to President Donald Trump’s health, especially since he contracted COVID-19.
  • Multiple officials have refused to say when the last time Trump tested negative for the virus was, raising questions as to what they could be hiding.
  • The White House has also been opaque about a mysterious trip Trump took to Walter Reed last November.
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There has been an extreme lack of transparency from the White House when it comes to President Donald Trump’s health, even after he contracted COVID-19. 


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The Trump administration has consistently dodged questions on when Trump’s last negative COVID-19 test was, which is vital information in terms of who the president may have exposed and precisely when he was infected. The White House has said Trump was diagnosed on October 1, but the administration’s refusal

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Nearly 170 health professionals contracted Covid-19 during first outbreak – report | 1 NEWS

A new Ministry of Health report has found 167 healthcare and support workers contracted Covid-19 during the country’s first outbreak.

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A health ministry report found more than half were infected at work, and 17 workers passed the virus onto patients.

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Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield said today the report found that 17 health workers likely passed the virus onto the patients, and workers in aged care facilities were the most likely to contract it.

The report also found about 11 per cent of cases in the first wave, both confirmed and probable, were made up of healthcare workers, he said.

Meanwhile, 57 per cent of the healthcare professionals were likely to have been infected at work.

“The remainder [was] through overseas travel … or they were infected in the community,” Bloomfield said. 

He said improvements needed to be made

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