Trump Released from Walter Reed After 3 Days of Covid 19 Treatment


President Trump has been released from the hospital after three nights battling COVID 19 at Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.

The President Trump tweeted that he’s be leaving Walter Reed Medical Center.

President Trump’s physician Dr. Sean Conley said that his evaluations and clinical status supports his return home. “Though he may not be entirely out of the woods yet, the team and I agree that all his evaluations, and most importantly, his clinical status support his return home where he’ll be surrounded by world class medical care 24/7,” he said.

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Upon his arrival to the White House, he removed his mask and began making a campaign ad video saying ‘I led from the front’ while ‘not feeling so good’ and tells America ‘don’t be afraid of the virus.’

The clip was released on Twitter shortly after he returned home, and Trump said: ‘Maybe I am immune?’
The president claimed he had fallen ill because he had been ‘out front’ and said: ‘Don’t let it dominate you’
‘As your leader I had to do that. I stood out front. I led. I know there’s a risk, a danger, but that’s OK,’ he said.

President Donald Trump said his coronavirus infection was a “blessing from God” because it educated him about potential drugs to treat the disease in a video meant to demonstrate his return to work after several days in the hospital.

Donald Trump’s Timeline Walter Reed Medical Center

  • Trump Covid 19 Timeline
  • The president left Walter Reed after spending three nights at the hospital being treated for COVID-19.
  • He walked out the door at 6:40pm with a wave, a thumbs up and a fist pump before boarding Marine One.
  • At 6:45pm the helicopter took off from Walter Reed Medical facility in Bethesda, Maryland in route to the Whitehouse
  • Marine One landed at 6:55pm on the South Lawn of the White House.
  • Marine One crew will have to isolate for 14 days and the helicopter will have to be deep cleaned. O
  • On Monday afternoon he Tweeted that he was feeling ‘better than I did 20 years ago!’
  • His treatment will continue at the White House with doctors on Monday saying he was ‘not out of the woods’
  • He has received four doses of Remdesivir and will receive his fifth and final on Tuesday at the White House.
  • The virus has claimed more than 210,000 American lives and more than one million worldwide.

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Remdesivir, sold under the brand name Veklury, is a broad-spectrum antiviral medication developed by the biopharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences. It is administered via injection into a vein. it is not approved anywhere globally for any use.

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