U.S. President Donald Trump has tested negative for the novel coronavirus a second time, his doctor said Thursday.  

In a memo, White House physician Dr. Sean Conley said Trump got tested early Thursday, “utilizing a new, rapid point-of-care test capability.”

“He is healthy and without symptoms. The President tested negative for COVID-19,” he wrote in the memo.

Conley said sample collection took just one minute and the results were reported back in 15 minutes.

The president was first tested on March 14, one week after coming in contact with an official from a Brazilian delegation who later tested positive

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