These are the members of the White House staff and inner circle who have tested positive for COVID-19 this year

Summary List PlacementPresident Donald Trump and First Lady Melania are among the more than 7 million Americans who have tested positive for the novel coronavirus. As of October 7, at least 11 people who work in the White House have contracted COVID-19.
On Wednesday, Bloomberg reported that Crede Bailey, head of White House security, became sick before the Sept. 26 Rose Garden event with Trump Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett. Now gravely ill, his diagnosis was not disclosed by the White House.
Stephen Miller, one of the president’s top advisors, also tested positive this week.
Last week, Trump himself tested for the novel coronavirus, following White House counselor, Hope Hicks testing positive days earlier. First Lady Melania Trump also has COVID-19.
Here are the people who work within or close to the walls of the White House who we know have had positive tests.President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump
President Donald Trump tweeted just before 1 a.m. last Friday that he and First Lady Melania Trump had tested positive for the coronavirus and would quarantine. 
White House physician Sean Conley issued a statement confirming the diagnosis, and said that the couple were “both well at this time” and planned to remain at the White House during their recovery.
Tweet Embed: //twitter.com/mims/statuses/1311892190680014849?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this TOGETHER!Trump has since returned to the White House, claiming to be cured while still taking steroids and visibly ill.
If Trump becomes incapacitated, Vice President Mike Pence would be next in line to act in his place.
Hope Hicks, counselor to Trump
The White House became aware on Wednesday that Hope Hicks, counselor to the President, had tested positive for coronavirus.
Bloomberg News, The New York Times, and CNN reported on Thursday that Hicks traveled with Trump aboard Air Force One to and from the first debate Tuesday between him and the Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
Hicks, 31, has told people close to her that she is experiencing some symptoms of the disease. 
She was not wearing a mask Tuesday when she rode in a staff van with White House adviser Stephen Miller, Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller, and some others, Bloomberg reported.
Hicks, Trump’s former communications director, reports to senior adviser and Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner.
RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel
Ronna McDaniel, chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, tested positive for the coronavirus on Wednesday. 
McDaniel has mild symptoms. She was with President Donald Trump last Friday, but has remained at her home in Michigan since last Saturday, Business Insider’s Eliza Relman reported. 
The chairwoman didn’t go public with her diagnosis until after the media reported it Friday. She did a remote interview on Fox News  a day earlier without making any mention of it. 
Kayleigh McEnany, White House Press Secretary
Kayleigh McEnanytweeted Monday that she tested positive for the the coronavirus. 
She is is asymptomatic and quarantining. 
CNBC reported that two of her deputies, Chad Gilmartin and Karoline Leavitt, are also positive. 
 
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie tested positive for the coronavirus on Saturday, four days after he helped President Donald Trump prepare for his debate with Joe Biden. 
Christie was at the White House helping Trump prep between Saturday afternoon through lunchtime on Tuesday. 
During that time, nobody was wearing masks while they were in the room together, he told ABC’s Good Morning America. 
“I just received word that I am positive for COVID-19. I want to thank all of my friends and colleagues who have reached out to ask how I was feeling in the last day or two,” Christie tweeted on Saturday. “I will be receiving medical attention today and will keep the necessary folks apprised of my condition.”
Tweet Embed: //twitter.com/mims/statuses/1312416381758050305?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw I just received word that I am positive for COVID-19. I want to thank all of my friends and colleagues who have reached out to ask how I was feeling in the last day or two. I will be receiving medical attention today and will keep the necessary folks apprised of my condition.Christie had said that he was given several COVID-19 tests during the days of debate prep, but they came back negative. On Friday, after Trump and Melania teste positive, he took another. That one was positive. 
Christie said there were about five or six people helping with debate prep, including Trump’s personal lawyer, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
At least three White House press pool journalists
The White House Correspondents’ Association announced in a letter Friday that at least three journalists have tested positive for the coronavirus following Trump’s diagnosis. 
“For seven months, we have been clear-eyed about the inherent risks in fulfilling our obligation to keeping the American public informed,” WHCA President Zeke Miller wrote. “Today those risks are more evident than ever, but our work is only growing more vital.” 
Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien
Bill Stepien, Trump’s campaign manager, tested positive for COVID-19 in October.
His diagnosis came after Trump’s, and Deputy Campaign Manager Justin Clark is set to take over Stepien’s duties and oversee the campaign’s headquarters in Virginia. 
One senior campaign official told Politico that Stepien is experiencing “mild flu-like symptoms,” and people familiar with his diagnosis told the news outlet that he will quarantine until he recovers.
Former White House adviser Kellyanne Conway
Former White House adviser Kellyanne Conway said in a Tweet on October 2 that she had tested positive for COVID-19.
She said she had “mild” symptoms, including a “light cough.”
“I have begun a quarantine process in consultation with physicians,” she said.
“As always, my heart is with everyone affected by this global pandemic.”
Her daughter, Claudia Conway, first broke the news that her mother tested positive on her TikTok account.
 
National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien
National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien became ill with the coronavirus in July after attending a family event, Bloomberg first reported at the time. 
At the time, O’Brien was the highest ranking official who had tested positive. 
O’Brien, 54, hadn’t worked in the White House for a week before he was diagnosed.
Sen. Mike Lee, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee
Sen. Mike Lee, a Republican from Utah, announced on October 2 that he has tested positive for the coronavirus after experiencing some symptoms of allergies.
Lee attended the ceremony at the White House ceremony where Trump announced Amy Coney Barret at his supreme court pick, and footage showed him shaking hands with other attendees.
Sen. Thom Tillis, another Senate Judiciary Committee member
The office for Sen. Thom Tillis, a Republican from North Carolina, announced on Friday that he had tested positive for COVID-19.
He had attended the same White House event for Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
“Over the last few months, I’ve been routinely tested for COVID-19, including testing negative last Saturday, but tonight my rapid antigen test came back positive,” Tillis said in a statement.
“I will be following the recommendations of my doctor and will be self-isolating at home for 10 days and notifying those I’ve been in close contact with,” he continued.
White House economist Tomas Philipson
White House economist Tomas Philipson announced in June that he had a mild case of the coronavirus, with a fever that lasted one day, The Wall Street Journal reported at the time. 
Philipson was the acting chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, but left his position later in June. 
After recovering, he told The Journal that he planned to return to his professorship at the University of Chicago.
Trump campaign advisor Kimberly Guilfoyle
Kimberly Guilfoyle, the former Fox News host and senior adviser to the Trump campaign, received her positive test result just before she was slated to attend a Fourth of July celebration at Mt. Rushmore. 
Guilfoyle, who is also Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend and oversees fundraising for the president’s reelection campaign, didn’t travel with the president to the event and was isolated after her diagnoses.
“After testing positive, Kimberly was immediately isolated to limit any exposure,” Sergio Gor, the chief of staff for the Trump Victory Finance Committee, told CNN at the time. “She’s doing well, and will be retested to ensure the diagnosis is correct since she’s asymptomatic, but as a precaution will cancel all upcoming events.”
Donald Trump Jr. was not infected at the time. 
Katie Miller, Mike Pence’s spokeswoman and Stephen Miller’s wife
Katie Miller, Vice President Mike Pence’s press secretary, tested positive for the coronavirus in May. 
Miller is the wife of Stephen Miller, President Donald Trump’s senior adviser and primary speechwriter.
The vice president didn’t quarantine, despite having spent time with Miller. 
When Miller returned to work at the end of May, she announced that she was both coronavirus free and pregnant. 
 
Several Trump campaign officials and Secret Service members
Dozens of Secret Service members were asked to quarantine following Trump’s campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in June. 
At least six people who were involved in the planning of the campaign, including two Secret Service officials tested positive.
The two Secret Service employees, one advance agent and one officer, didn’t attend the rally, but had attended a meeting with other officers a day earlier.
 
A Marine assigned to the military unit that flies Marine One
A Marine assigned to Marine Helicopter Squadron 1, which is responsible for transporting the President, tested positive in July, Politico reported at the time.
Marine spokesman Capt. Joseph Butterfield told Politico at the time that adding that squadron administers 80 to 100 tests per week. 
The helicopter was sanitized after the positive test.
 
A personal valet to Trump
A personal valet to Trump tested positive for the coronavirus in July. 
Trump was “upset” when he learned about the diagnosis, CNN reported at the time.  
“We were recently notified by the White House Medical Unit that a member of the United States Military, who works on the White House campus, has tested positive for Coronavirus,” deputy White House press secretary Hogan Gidley said in a statement to CNN at the time. “The President and the Vice President have since tested negative for the virus and they remain in great health.”
The valet was not named publicly.
White House cafeteria worker
A White House cafeteria and eatery were closed in July after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus. 
An email was sent to the administration at the time, informing them about the case, but also indicating that the risk of exposure was low because safety precautions had been taken. 
“There is no reason for panic or alarm,” the email read, according to CNN.
Ike’s Eatery, in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, and the cafeteria in the New Executive Office Building were both temporarily closed.
Nick Luna, White House aide who serves as one of President Trump’s so-called body men
Nick Luna, who serves as a personal attendant to Trump, tested positive for the coronavirus several hours after the president announced his own diagnosis on Friday, according to the Los Angeles Times. 
Luna accompanied Trump on his trip to Cleveland for the presidential debate on Tuesday and was also Air Force One on the Minnesota trip on Wednesday. 
However, Luna did not accompany Trump to the fundraiser in Bedminster, New Jersey on Thursday, because Hope Hicks had already tested positive and he had had close contact with her.
As Trump’s body man, Lunch is in charge of helping keep Trump’s schedule.
 
 
Stephen Miller, senior adviser to the president
Miller tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday.
“Over the last 5 days I have been working remotely and self-isolating, testing negative every day through yesterday. Today, I tested positive for COVID-19 and am in quarantine,” Miller said in a statement.
Crede Bailey, the White House’s top security official, is hospitalized and gravely ill with COVID-19, according to four sources who spoke to Bloomberg on October 7.
Bailey, who screens visitors to the White House, reportedly became sick last month, before the Sept. 26 Rose Garden event with Trump Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.
His illness was not disclosed by the White House.

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