President Trump talked about health status after COVID-19 infection

According to AFP, on October 2, in the first public comment since the announcement of a positive result for the SARS-CoV-2 virus, US President Donald Trump said he was “doing well.”

Mr. Trump emphasized in a short video message posted on Twitter: “I want to thank everyone for their passionate support. Walter Reed. I think I’m fine. We will make sure everything goes well. The First Lady is also fine. “

Earlier, on the evening of October 2 (local time), US President Donald Trump appeared in public for the first time since he tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 virus to board a Marine helicopter. One went to the military hospital.

Mr. Trump came out of the White House and gave a thumbs up, but said nothing. The crew members, agents and White House officials on the flight all wore masks.

The White House announced that Trump would be at the Walter Reed National Army Medical Center for a few days. Mr. Trump will continue to work in a special room in the hospital./.

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