Attendees of White House correspondents dinner have tested positive for COVID
The State Department said Wednesday that Secretary of State Antony Blinken has tested positive for COVID-19 after attending the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.
The brutal tactics for people who refused to comply with lockdown rules emerged in social media videos, stoking outrage.
A slew of journalists who attended Saturday night’s White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner have since tested positive for COVID-19, including longtime ABC News correspondent Jonathan Karl, who shook hands with President Biden.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken tested positive for COVID-19 after attending Saturday's White House Correspondents' Dinner, parties and a Sunday brunch.
Attendees of Saturday night's White House Correspondents' Dinner have started testing positive for COVID-19, after Trevor Noah joked they were attending a 'superspreader.'
A handful of people who attended the White House Correspondents' Dinner on Saturday night have tested positive for COVID, the New York Times reported, including Steve Herman, a chief national correspondent for Voice of America, who is reported to have shaken hands with President Joe Biden. There were concerns ahead of the event that it would become a spreader event, and all attendees had to submit proof of vaccination and a same-day negative test. COVID cases continue to rise across the U.S....
ABC News’ chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl has tested positive for Covid, just days after attending the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, a source confirmed. With photographers focused on their every move, Karl sat next to Kim Kardashian at the event, as she and Pete Davidson were guests of the network. Karl also shook hands [
White House communications director Kate Bedingfield announced Friday morning that she has tested positive for COVID-19.
The nation’s top diplomat attended the black tie gala on Saturday at the Washington Hilton along with President Biden and an audience of 2,600 journalists, political heavyweights and celebrities.
During a portion of an interview with the Fox News Channel released on Monday, Department of Justice Inspector General and Chair of the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee Michael Horowitz stated that there was “a conscious decision” made with the distribution
Journalists, politicians, and celebrities attend the dinner, which is a black-tie award ceremony and fundraiser for scholarships.