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Biden tests positive for COVID as his approval rating drops

Clip: 07/22/2022 | 6m 13s | Video has closed captioning.

President Biden this week tested positive for COVID-19, but he is experiencing mild symptoms and is working in quarantine from his residence. At age 79, the president is at a high risk for severe illness though he is vaccinated and twice boosted. This comes as the latest PBS NewsHour/NPR/Marist poll shows his approval rating at the lowest point in his presidency.

Aired: 07/22/22

Rating: NR

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