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infrared thermometer for adults, Both the president and Vice President Mike Pence attended and spoke at CPAC. The White House was made aware of the CPAC attendee’s diagnosis but said that there is no indication that Trump or Pence were in close proximity to the stricken attendee. Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union which puts on CPAC, said he had brief and “incidental contact” with the patient. “I can verify that he had no contact with either the president or the vice president,” Schlapp said. “I can tell you, when the president was on site at CPAC, he lives by what he tells us because I saw him scrub down his hands and clean his hands more than once while he was on the premises, and I did the same, by the way.”

infrared thermometer for adults - Meanwhile, on Monday, the attending physician for the U.S. Capitol put out a statement revealing that the coronavirus patient who attended CPAC, which was held outside of Washington, D.C. from Feb. 26 through Feb. 29, had contact with “several” members of Congress. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., were among them and have both gone into self-quarantine until the full 14 days have passed since their interaction. Three senior Gosar staff members are also officially under self-quarantine.

infrared thermometer for adults, Trump signed an $8.3 billion spending bill last week aimed at fighting the coronavirus outbreak, after a bipartisan congressional effort to provide funds to federal agencies as well as state and local governments to battle the disease. The president also tasked Pence with leading the coronavirus efforts for the Trump administration, and touted his work thus far early Monday. Great job being done by the @VP and the CoronaVirus Task Force. Thank you! Trump tweeted Monday morning.

infrared thermometer for adults - The BEST decision made was the toughest of them all - which saved many lives. Our VERY early decision to stop travel to and from certain parts of the world! Trump added. Fox News' Matt Leach and Chad Pergram contributed to this report. 

infrared thermometer for adults - 'Dr. Oz Show' host Dr. Mehmet Oz joins Harris Faulkner to discuss the coronavirus outbreak on 'Outnumbered Overtime.' President Trump downplayed the threat of coronavirus on Monday, noting that the “common flu” kills thousands of Americans each year and that “life & the economy go on.” “So last year 37,000 Americans died from the common Flu. It averages between 27,000 and 70,000 per year,” Trump tweeted Monday. “Nothing is shut down, life & the economy go on. At this moment there are 546 confirmed cases of CoronaVirus with 22 deaths. Think about that!” He tweeted.