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Trump No Longer Contagious After Combating COVID-19 – POTUS Personal Physician

Trump No Longer Contagious After Combating COVID-19 – POTUS Personal Physician

Trump No Longer Contagious After Combating COVID-19 – POTUS Personal Physician
REUTERS / TOM BRENNERUS00:57 GMT 11.10.2020(updated 04:46 GMT 11.10.2020) Get short URLby Daria Bedenko131712Subscribehttps://cdn1.img.sputniknews.com/img/07e4/0a/0b/1080735035_0:0:1992:1120_1200x675_80_0_0_cb3e94774ab5b18772374b012a97863f.jpgSputnik Internationalhttps://cdn2.img.sputniknews.com/i/logo.pngDaria Bedenko. Sputnik Internationalhttps://sputniknews.com/us/202010111080734998-trump-no-longer-contagious-after-combating-covid-19—potus-personal-physician/

US President Donald Trump announced that he had tested positive for COVID-19 on October 2, entering the Walter Reed hospital with his wife to receive treatment. Several days later, the president repeatedly stated that he felt “great” and expressed enthusiasm to get back to campaigning and public events.

The US president’s personal physician, Sean P. Conley, revealed in a Saturday statement that Donald Trump poses no risk of transmitting the coronavirus to others.

The physician went on to note that “there is no longer evidence of actively replicating virus”.

As the president returns to an active schedule, the statement said, Conley will continue to clinically monitor Trump.

​Trump announced that he and his wife had been diagnosed with COVID-19 on 2 October, saying that they would self-isolate. He was then admitted to Walter Reed military hospital, where he received experimental treatment of an antibody cocktail, which he later praised, commenting on a speedy recovery.

Trump then promised to make the treatment that he received accessible to anyone infected with the coronavirus. He has currently asserted that he feels “great” and is ready to resume campaigning.

Shortly after the president revealed that he had been infected, the announcement disrupted the schedule of presidential debates, with the Commission for Presidential Debates initially switching the second match-up between Trump and Joe Biden to a virtual format and then cancelling the online event after Trump refused to participate.

The second presidential debate – and currently claimed by the Commission to be the last, despite three initially-planned meetings – is expected to take place on 22 October.

Sourse: sputniknews.com

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