Kamala Harris passed an express test for coronavirus, the result of which was negative.

The U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris, after suffering from the disease, passed an express test for coronavirus, the result of which turned out to be negative. This is stated in a written message distributed on Monday by the press secretary of the Vice President Kirsten Allen.

“Today, the vice president’s rapid antigen test gave a negative result for COVID-19,” the statement said. “The vice president will return to full-time work tomorrow.”

Earlier it was reported that Harris had contracted the coronavirus. She underwent COVID in an asymptomatic form and continued to perform her duties in absentia.