The US Presidential campaign is set to come up again this week, as President Donald Trump returns after his doctor announced that he is not having a risk of coronavirus transmission anymore. Donald Trump has said that he has no longer COVID-19. He further said it “looks like I’m immune” to the coronavirus. He did not reveal whether he has tested negative or not. The statement has come a day after Trump’s physician, Dr Sean Conley announced that the president had a test on Saturday which reveals that he was no longer a transmission risk to others and there was no longer evidence which states of activeness of coronavirus transmission. It is still yet unconfirmed whether he has tested or not.
The White House didn’t State Donald Trump’s Health
Even though, The White House did not disclose whether Dr Conley’s statement meant Trump had actually tested negative for the coronavirus. The White House has also not disclosed when Trump last tested negative for the infection before his positive test, making the timetable of his disease hazy.
Trump has not been anywhere since he has declared on October 2 that he had tested positive for the coronavirus. on Monday, after leaving Walter Reed National Military Medical Center the president has stayed at the White House, where he held his first occasion on Saturday since the positive test. During the speech, President Donald Trump has addressed Black and Latino members from a moderate foundation from a Rose Garden balcony in what was charged as legitimate White House business, and not a mission occasion. He pronounced that the COVID, which has killed more than 210,000 US residents, was “vanishing”. He had rallies planned which were postponed due to coronavirus. Those rallies were planned in Pennsylvania on Tuesday, Florida on Monday and Iowa on Wednesday.