The Washington Post reports:
Acting Brazilian Ambassador Nestor Forster, who sat at President Trump’s table Saturday night during a dinner at Mar-a-Lago, has tested positive for the coronavirus, the embassy said Friday night. Forster is the third person who visited the president’s South Florida resort last weekend to test positive for the novel virus.
The White House acknowledged the additional diagnosis in a memo released Friday just before midnight. The president’s physician, Sean P. Conley, wrote that Trump did not need to be quarantined or get tested for covid-19 because his exposure was limited and he had no symptoms.
Brazilian Diplomat Nestor Forster, Who Had Dinner with Donald Trump Last Saturday, Becomes Third Mar-a-Lago Guest to Test Positive for Coronavirus pic.twitter.com/GltDccFRnh
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