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Which public officials and members of Trump’s circle have recently tested positive for the coronavirus (and which have not).

President Trump’s bombshell announcement early Friday morning that he and the first lady had tested positive for the coronavirus has set off a frenzy in the White House and beyond as politicians and operatives who have interacted with Mr. Trump in recent days have raced to get their own tests and, in some cases, report the results.

Here is a quick look at the people in Mr. Trump’s orbit and beyond who have spoken publicly within the last several hours about their health and the virus, according to official statements, announcements made on social media, and spokespeople.

Who has tested positive:

President Trump

Melania Trump

Ronna McDaniel, the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee

Hope Hicks, one of Mr. Trump’s most senior advisers

Senator Mike Lee, who met with Judge Amy Coney Barrett on Tuesday

Rev. John I. Jenkins, the president of the University of Notre Dame, who attended Judge Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination ceremony on Saturday

Who has tested negative:

Vice President Mike Pence

Karen Pence, the second lady

Joseph R. Biden Jr., the Democratic nominee

Dr. Jill Biden, Mr. Biden’s wife

Senator Kamala Harris, the Democratic nominee for vice president

Doug Emhoff, Ms. Harris’s husband

Judge Barrett, Mr. Trump’s Supreme Court nominee

Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state

Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary

William P. Barr, the attorney general

Mark Meadows, the White House chief of staff

Dan Scavino, the White House deputy chief of staff

Jared Kushner, Mr. Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser

Ivanka Trump, Mr. Trump’s daughter

Barron Trump, Mr. Trump’s son

Tom Perez, the chairman of the Democratic National Committee

Awaiting results

Nancy Pelosi, the House speaker

Retracing Trump’s Contacts Before He Tested Positive for Coronavirus

A visual guide to the president’s movements and contacts in the days before he announced his positive test for the coronavirus.

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