- A top security official of the White House Crede Bailey has contracted COVID-19
- The head of the White House security office is reportedly gravely ill and has been hospitalized since September
- According to reports, Bailey contracted the viral disease before a major event the president attended
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The top security official is now really down with COVID-19 and has been on admission in the hospital since September.
Bailey, who is in charge of security credentials fell sick ill before the September 26 Rose Garden 'super spreader event.'
It was reported that the event was attended by several people including President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, who have now tested positive for COVID-19.
However, the White House is yet to comment or release any statement on the illness of the top security official that works closely with the Secret Service.
If Bailey's diagnosis is confirmed, it would make him the 34th person in Trump's circle to be infected with the deadly virus, according to a leaked FEMA tally.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that days after contracting COVID-19, Trump sent a message to citizens of the United States of America (USA) on his new health status.
In a tone of optimism, President Trump said that he will be leaving the Walter Reed Hospital in Bethesda very soon and make America great.
The US leader vowed that upon full recovery he will resume his presidential campaign in his re-election bid, adding that his plan is to make the country great again as it was before.
Similarly, Trump was on Monday, October 5, discharged from Walter Reed Military Medical Centre in Bethesda, Maryland.
Trump consequently returned to the White House three days after he was diagnosed with the coronavirus (COVID-19). The president reportedly received the best treatment available for the rampaging disease.
On arrival at the White House, the president quickly removed his mask, and paused for a brief photo-op.
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