Trump Florida residence partially closed due to COVID-19 from staff
In the state of Florida, the resort, where the residence of the former head of the United States of America Donald Trump Mar-a-Lago is located, is partially closed due to an increase in the number of cases of coronavirus infection among staff, the Associated Press (AP) reports.
As specified, the letter of the corresponding content was received by members of the closed club who have access to Mar-a-Lago. It reported that recently, among workers serving the resort, where Trump is officially registered, cases of COVID-19 infection have become more frequent.
Against the background of an increase in the incidence of diseases, services for guests in the dining room and on the beach have been temporarily suspended. Several employees went into quarantine. At the same time, the service of the banquet area and special events continues as usual.
Earlier it was reported that the obligation to be tested for coronavirus daily was removed from White House employees in the United States. Now, COVID-19 tests can only be taken once a week.