- US President Donald Trump is now free from the coronavirus
- The president's doctor shared the good news on Monday, October 12
- Trump was confirmed positive for COVID-19 on October 2, and was later admitted at the hospital
President Donald Trump of the United States of America has finally defeated the dreaded coronavirus one week after his release from the hospital.
Bloomberg reports that Trump's doctor on Monday, October 12, confirmed that the president has tested negative for coronavirus on consecutive days, adding that he is not infectious to others.
This information was disclosed in a memo released by White House doctor Sean Conley. He explained that the president's status was from tests, along with guidelines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Conley's report, however, did not say whether the US president is still taking medications. A bandage could be seen on one of Trump’s hands at Joint Base Andrews before he departed for Florida.
Trump was on Monday, October 5, discharged from the hospital, and consequently returned to the White House three days after he was diagnosed with the coronavirus.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that barely three days after he tested positive for the dreaded coronavirus, the US president again stirred a heated conversation after he left his isolation room just to greet his supporters.
It was reported that aboard his motorcade, Trump left the medical center on Sunday, October 4, and was driven across the streets as he waved to jubilant followers who stood by the road.
Inside his official vehicle, Trump, who wore a black mask, could be seen waving and showing his supporter's thumbs-up sign.
Hawkeyed Secret Service agents who were in the same vehicle with Trump were also masked and wearing white Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
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