The coronavirus outbreak in the White House continues to spread -- Stephen Miller, one of President Trump's most trusted advisers, is the latest to contract the disease.
Trump's senior aide reportedly tested positive for COVID-19 Tuesday ... less than a week after he was seen hopping onto Marine One alongside Hope Hicks, who got her positive test result on Friday.
That was the first of what is now well over a dozen people, including the President, to be infected.
Miller -- Trump's top speechwriter and policy adviser -- has reportedly been working remotely for the last 5 days and tested negative every day through Monday before today's test came back positive ... according to NBC News.
Other White House staffers now battling COVID-19 include Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, 2 other press office employees and Kellyanne Conway. First Lady Melania Trump also contracted the virus, as did 2 Senators who attended the Rose Garden nomination ceremony for Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
A number of White House correspondents also caught the 'rona ... resulting in the press briefing room getting sanitized to help stem the spread of the virus.