Ivanka Trump took a negative COVID-19 test just hours after her father confirmed that both he and First Lady Melania contracted the virus.
The spokeswoman for the 38-year-old confirmed on Twitter on Friday morning that both Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner had been retested for the virus after their father's positive diagnosis and both had received negative test results.
Ivanka and Jared, 39, headed off to normal work Friday morning, openly disregarding the CDC's quarantine guidelines, which advise anyone in close contact with someone who has COVID-19 to isolate for 14 days, too if you have since tested yourself negative.
The first daughter traveled on Air Force One in the wee hours of Wednesday morning after the presidential debate with her father, while her husband Jared flew to Minnesota that same day with Hope Hicks, who also tested positive.
Trump's aide, Hope, developed symptoms of the virus while the group was returning to DC.
Business as usual: Ivanka Trump tested negative for COVID-19 on Friday morning, her spokesman said, hours after her father confirmed he and Melania have the virus
Confirmation: 38-year-old spokeswoman Carolina Hurley confirmed that both Ivanka and Jared tested Friday morning and were both negative
Best wishes: Ivanka tweeted kind words for her father and Melania after she was pictured en route to the White House, but she failed to comment on her own health in the post
It is unknown if Ivanka and Jared were tested before leaving their Washington, DC home or if the tests were conducted at the White House.
The couple have also not yet confirmed whether their three young children – Arabella, Joseph and Theodore – have been tested.
Ivanka declined to personally address her health on social media Friday morning, leaving it to her spokesperson to share the news of her negative test result instead. Shortly after she had imagined leaving her, she spoke to her father and stepmother of sympathy from home.
"I pray for the speedy recovery of my father and Melania and for everyone affected by COVID-19," she wrote on Twitter.
"As they fight this together, the president will continue to fight for the people of this great country."
The First Daughter's departure for work came just hours after the President and First Lady tweeted that they both tested positive and were isolating themselves in the White House – two days after attending the first presidential debate with several of Trump's children, including Ivanka, Tiffany, Don Jr and Eric.
Too close for comfort? The mother of three posed with her father for this debunked photo 48 hours before news of his diagnosis
September 29: On the night of the debate, Ivanka posed for a selfie backstage with her stepmother Melania, who also tested positive. Both wore masks in the picture
Group: Tiffany Trump, Kimberly Guilfoyle and Lara Trump also posed in photos with Melania and traveled on Air Force One. Neither of them confirmed that they were tested
Don Jr.'s partner Kimberly Guilfoyle and Eric's wife, Lara, were also in attendance, and it is believed the entire group has traveled to and from the Air Force One President debate.
Hope also traveled with the First Family to the presidential debate; She was discovered by DailyMail.com when she stepped off Air Force One in town without a mask.
During the debate, Ivanka posed for several masked photos next to Melania, and the two also sat next to each other during the event – however, the chairs were spaced to follow social distancing guidelines.
Ivanka's sister Tiffany and Lara and Kimberly could also be seen in the photos. None of them have yet to confirm whether they have been tested.
Following the debate, in the early hours of Wednesday morning, Ivanka shared a photo of herself and her father posing together without face masks on Air Force One. The first daughter stood over President Trump with her hand on her shoulder.
The photo was posted almost exactly 48 hours before Trump's tweet about his positive test result, writing: & # 39; Tonight @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will start the quarantine and recovery process immediately. We'll get through this TOGETHER! & # 39;
Although Ivanka tested negative for COVID-19 on Friday morning, the decision to leave home and go to work is in direct contradiction to CDC's quarantine guidelines.
Going on: Ivanka's husband Jared Kushner, 39, headed to work on Friday, days after traveling with Trump's aide Hope Hicks, who also tested positive
Sept. 30: Hope, 31, and Jared, 39, traveled to Minnesota together on Wednesday and tested positive for the virus late Thursday night, hours before Trump's diagnosis
Meanwhile, her husband Jared was also on his way to work Friday morning – despite traveling with Trump's aide Hope Hicks, who tested positive for COVID-19 19 hours before the president on September 30.
On Wednesday, Jared and Hope, 31, traveled to Minnesota together and were spotted side by side at Andrews Air Force Base as they prepared to board their plane. None of them wore masks.
Hours later when they returned to Washington DC, Hope felt uncomfortable, and she tested positive for COVID-19 less than a day later, Thursday morning.
The CDC advises anyone who is in close contact with someone who has COVID-19 to quarantine for 14 days after coming into contact with them – even if they have since tested negative themselves.
"Even if you get a negative COVID-19 test or feel healthy, stay home (quarantine) as symptoms can appear 2 to 14 days after exposure to the virus," the CDC website said.
The CDC defines close contact as "within six feet of someone who has had COVID-19 for a total of 15 minutes or more," which both Jared and Ivanka have been doing for the past few days.
Business as usual: Although the White House was informed that Hope tested positive Thursday morning, both Ivanka and her father attended scheduled campaign stops that day
Contact: Ivanka traveled to North Carolina and visited a local candy store and art gallery where she interacted with various people
Agenda: On Wednesday, while her husband Jared was out with Hope, Ivanka flew to Orlando, Florida, where she attended two campaign events, including a "Fireside Chat".
Anyone falling under this category should "stay home and monitor their health" for 14 days after their last contact with someone with COVID-19.
Typically, according to the CDC, a person develops symptoms five days after becoming infected. However, symptoms can appear as early as two days after infection or as late as 14 days after infection, and the time period can vary.
It is believed that Ivanka was last in close contact with her father in the wee hours of Wednesday morning when they traveled back from Cleveland after the presidential debate, meaning that, according to CDC guidelines, she will stay in close contact with her father until the wee hours of Nov. October should self-isolate.
Jared was last known to be in close contact with Hope later that day. The CDC recommendations suggested that he should be quarantined by the afternoon of October 14th.
Although Hope developed symptoms of the virus on Wednesday evening and tested positive on Thursday morning, Trump and his daughter went to their scheduled performances on Thursday as usual.
The president attended a campaign event in Bedminster, New Jersey, while Ivanka traveled to North Carolina, where she visited various local stores and a local art gallery, before traveling to suburban Dallas where she was interviewed by Trump campaigner Mercedes Schlapp has been .
Ivanka traveled to Florida on Wednesday, where she attended two campaign events in Orlando: a visit to the Americans in the Asia-Pacific region for the Trump office and a "fireside chat" in which she spoke about her father's "amazing" economic policies.
Who was President Trump in contact with?
Rode Marine One to a rally in Minnesota on Wednesday:
Hope Hicks, Adviser to the President
Jared Kushner, Senior Advisor to the President
Dan Scavino, Social Media Director
John McEntee, Director of Human Resources for the President of the White House
Tuesday's debate in Ohio where Trump was traveling with Air Force One:
Rudy Giuliani, personal lawyer. Giuliani had spent the weekend at the White House to prepare the debates
Mark Meadows, White House Chief of Staff
Trump's children and their partners: Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle, Eric Trump, Lara Trump, Ivanka Trump, Tiffany Trump
Bill Stepien, campaign manager
Kayleigh McEnany, press secretary
Democratic candidate Joe Biden and wife Jill
Trump's guests include Alice Johnson, who was pardoned for federal drug offenses at the urging of Kim Kardashian
Since Saturday in the White House with close exposed contact to Trump:
Amy Coney Barrett, Supreme Court nominee. As of Monday, she had mask-free meetings with Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham, and other Republican senators
Vice President Mike Pence
Robert Ford, CEO of Abbott Laboratories, was at the White House on Monday
Admiral Brett Geroir, Assistant Secretary for Health and Human Services
Alex Azar, HHS secretary
East Wing aides, including valets and other White House staff who serve the First Family
Secret Service Protection Agents
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