President Donald Trump is discharged from hospital after three days of treatment for COVID-19


President Donald Trump is discharged from hospital after three days of treatment for COVID-19

President Trump’s doctor, Dr. Sean Conley, confirmed that health assessments and most importantly President Trump’s clinical condition showed that he could be discharged.

US President Donald Trump at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland October 4, 2020. (Source: AFP / VNA)

On October 5, US President Donald Trump left the Walter Reed Military Medical Center, where he had 3 days of treatment after being diagnosed positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

According to the VNA correspondent in the US, before President Trump left the hospital, the team healthcare for him to inform the press about the state of health and treatment of the US leader.

President Trump’s doctor, Dr. Sean Conley, confirmed that the health assessments and most importantly President Trump’s clinical condition showed that he could be discharged from the hospital and return home.

Dr. Sean Conley said President Trump may not be completely out of danger, but he will get the world’s best medical care 24/7 at the White House.

According to the announcement, President Trump has not had a fever for more than 72 hours and has normal oxygen levels.

However, doctors have denied information about any potential danger the disease could pose to the president’s lungs or disclosed when Trump tested negative for the SARS-CoV- virus. The last 2 times.

Earlier, on Twitter, Mr. Trump said he felt really good and said that Americans should not be “afraid” of COVID-19 or let the disease “dominate your life.”

“I will be leaving the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center at 6:30 a.m. today,” he stated.

President Trump’s early discharge from the hospital has partly erased speculations about the severity of his illness during the past three days and has brought confidence to investors.

Immediately after the news about President Trump’s health improved, the stock market rebounded with the Down Jones index ended the session up 465 points from the drop on October 2 when President Trump announced infected SARS-COV-2 virus.

Oil prices have also begun to recover with Brent and West Texas up around 6%.

Many comments that the image of Mr. Trump still working while in hospital treatment as well as his rapid recovery show that he is strong and convinces voters that he will soon return to the campaign again. I can run my campaign in the current hot period and can completely continue to undertake the next 4 years at the White House.

According to President Trump’s re-election campaign spokesman, Mr. Trump still plans to participate in the next debate scheduled to take place on October 15 at the Center for the Performing Arts Adrienne Arsht, the city. Miami street, Florida, where the first preliminary Democratic debates took place last year.

In a related development, on the same day, according to a reliable source, President Trump will have workspace in the temporary office building in the basement adjacent to the medical unit of the White House. when he returned to the White House from Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

Outside of the White House’s private residence on the third floor, a temporary office zone will be set up in the Map Room and Diplomatic Reception Room, in order to give the President faster access, the source said. doctors and medical equipment.

The Map Room is located right next to the medical suite, where the reception area, the examination room and Dr. Sean Conley’s office are located.

Diplomatic reception room just below the lobby. This workspace will also help isolate the President in the mansion, away from the West Wing, where some White House employees have been infected with the SARS-COV-2 virus.

There are two more deputies of Kayleigh McEnany White House Press Secretary, Mr. Chad Gilmartin and Ms. Karoline Leavitt, who also test positive for SARS-CoV-2./.

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