Trump ‘upset’ after Navy valet tests positive for virus

A Navy official who acts as one of President Donald Trump's personal valets has tested positive for the coronavirus. The valet was a member of the military unit assigned to serve the White House, raising questions about the first family's exposure to the disease.   Destinations and tourist attractions affected by the coronavirus outbreak With people restricting themselves to their homes and avoiding travel in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, tourism has taken a hit and some of the world's most popular destinations have been closed down as a precautionary measure. The nation's leading zoological parks – Dehiwala National Zoo (pictured), Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, Pinnawala Open Zoo and Ridiyagama Safari Park – were closed for two weeks on March 14.  The Al-Aqsa mosque and Dome of the Rock were closed down until further notice, on March 15. Italians have been experiencing further virus-containment restrictions after Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte announced a nationwide lockdown on personal movement on March 9. The Rijksmuseum will remain closed to public until April 6, the museum's official Twitter handle stated on March 15. The Church of the Nativity was shut down indefinitely on March 6.  The navy stewards are part of a unit that provide a variety of services for the West Wing including catering and valet services.  The valet who tested positive is not being identified and it's unclear what this person's exact duties involved.   'We were recently notified by the White House Medical Unit that a member of the United States Military, who works on the White House campus, has tested positive for Coronavirus,' deputy White House press secretary Hogan Gidley said in a statement.