President Donald Trump's reelection campaign manager, Bill Stepien, returned to work 10 days after he tested positive for the CCP virus.
The guidelines also state that people who have tested negative twice consecutively by at least 24 hours can end their self-isolation earlier.
Stepien didn't confirm whether he had tested negative for the CCP virus, reported The Hill. However, he noted that the campaign has a nurse on staff to check their health, and that the campaign's headquarters in Virginia has health protocols.
Stepien replaced former campaign manager Brad Parscale in July. The 42-year-old Stepien was previously the campaign’s deputy manager. For Trump’s 2016 campaign, he served as a senior political adviser and a national field director. Stepien later served as a White House political director in the Trump administration.
Prior to working under Trump, Stepien worked for former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a Republican, as manager for Christie’s gubernatorial campaigns in 2009 and in 2013. He also worked for other New Jersey Republican politicians prior becoming involved with Christie’s campaign.