President Trump appeared to be showing no symptoms of the coronavirus following his first night back in the White House. That’s according to a statement Tuesday from the President’s physician who also said his vital signs and physical exam remain stable.
Walter Reed Medical Center
President Trump was discharged from Walter Reed Medical Center after doctors said he responded well to COVID-19 treatment. On Monday evening, the President walked into the White House after being hospitalized for three nights with moderate coronavirus symptoms.
Health officials have given an update on the President’s condition. While speaking outside the Walter Reed Medical Center Monday, White House physician Dr. Sean Conley said President Trump’s health is improving.
President Trump briefly left the Walter Reed Medical Center Sunday to wave to large crowds gathered outside the hospital who were rallying for his recovery and praying for his health during a motorcade trip.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he’s keeping the President up-to-speed on national security despite his COVID-19 diagnosis. While speaking to reporters before his trip to Japan on Sunday, Pompeo said he was able to brief the President and his entire national security team.
Thousands of people around the United States are showing their support and sending prayers for the first family following the President’s coronavirus diagnosis.
President Trump has sent his love to the American people after undergoing treatment for COVID-19 at Walter Reed Military Medical Center. The President was taken to the facility in Bethesda, Maryland on Friday morning out of an abundance of caution.
President Trump headed to Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington, D.C. on Friday to undergo tests for his COVID diagnosis. According to the press pool, he will spend the next few days working from a special suite on site.