Donald Trump supporters are holding their breath. This Friday, October 2, the President of the United States revealed that he had tested positive for the coronavirus, just like his wife, Melania Trump. “Tonight, Melania Trump and I have tested positive for COVID-19. We will immediately begin our quarantine and recovery process. We will go through this TOGETHER!” He wrote on his Twitter account. While he was in the home stretch of his presidential campaign, Donald Trump will not be able to honor his commitments for at least two weeks. In the evening, Potus was hospitalized for “a few days” as reported by his spokesperson. Out of a concern for extreme caution and on the recommendation of his doctor and medical experts. “Transported by helicopter to Walter Reed Hospital, Donald Trump” will work there from the presidential offices “over the” next few days “.
If Donald Trump’s camp is therefore reassuring, the concern remains important. In the afternoon, his doctor explained that he “continues to suffer from fatigue but is in good spirits”. On his Twitter account, the President of the United States shared a video in which he assures us “to go very well”. “I want to thank everyone for the incredible support,” he continued. “I’m going to Walter Reed Hospital. I think I’m doing great, but we’ll make sure things go well.” But if Donald Trump does not want to be worried about Covid-19, the noise in the corridors is not reassuring. “Sources within the White House are seriously concerned about Donald Trump’s health tonight,” CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta said on his Twitter account. His symptoms are worse than those of the First Lady at this point, according to our sources. ”
He is taking an experimental treatment
“Trump’s adviser said there was reason to be concerned about Trump’s health tonight. ‘This is serious,’ the source said. The source then described Trump as very tired, very tired and having trouble breathing. White House officials continue to say Trump will be fine, “he continued. A few hours before his hospitalization, Donald Trump began an experimental treatment. The president, considered a person at risk for the coronavirus, was injected with synthetic antibodies developed by the biotechnology company Regeneron. Tested on a small number of patients, this dose has given encouraging results for the moment in clinical trials. Donald Trump also takes a vitamin cocktail consisting of zinc, vitamin D, famotidine, melatonin and aspirin. After this shattering announcement, he received the support of his children but also of his opponent Joe Biden and his predecessor, Barack Obama.
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