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President Trump cancels Wisconsin visits after positive COVID-19 test

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Posted at 9:15 AM, Oct 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-02 10:56:35-04

Following President Trump’s announcement Friday morning stating he and the first lady tested positive for coronavirus, Trump’s scheduled visits to Wisconsin have been canceled.

Trump planned to hold a rally in Green Bay and Janesville Saturday, Oct. 3, however, the president has been canceled his appearances.

Although the president won't be present, as of now, the Green Bay rally is still set to take place.

The Janesville rally has been canceled, according to News 3 Now/ Channel 3000.

Both the president and first lady will quarantine while carrying out their day-to-day duties.

The Associated Press reported Friday that Trump was experiencing "mild" symptoms of COVID-19 after confirming that he had contracted the virus.

Sean Conley, physician to the president, put out a memorandum Friday morning saying the president and first lady were “doing well,” at the time.

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