President Trump’s medical doctors from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center have said that Donald Trump is doing well and is not on oxygen, OYOGist.com has gathered.
President Trump was airlifted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center 12 hours after he announced that he and the First Lady have tested positive for coronavirus.
The president of the medical team said he are “extremely happy about the progress the President is making.”
On Friday night, Donald Trump was taken to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, less than 24 hours after testing positive to COVID-19.
On Saturday, the team said he has a mild cough and fever, but has no difficulty breathing and is not on oxygen “for now.” The team also revealed that Trump has not had a fever since 24 hours.
The medical team said they are treating the COVID-19 infection in the President and, as well as, monitoring the progress of the therapy he is on. President Trump was placed on Remdesivir therapy, a treatment that is yet to be approved by the FDI.
On the 2nd of October, President Trump announced that he and his wife had tested positive to COVID-19. They had traveled on the airforce 1 with a close aide Hope Hicks who was positive with coronavirus on Thursday and likely infected them.
Another report said a possibility would be on the Rose Garden of the White House during a press conference.