Donald Trump could be discharged this Monday if his condition continues to improve

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His medical body said so.

El presidente Donald Trump could be discharged on monday if your condition continues to improve, your doctor said.

Trump may be discharged from his convalescence for COVID-19 this Monday if his symptoms continue to improve and stays active, with adequate blood oxygen saturation and no fever, said Brian Garibaldi, one of the members of the medical team at the military hospital where he is located.

Garibaldi indicated this Sunday at a press conference from Walter Reed’s military hospital that if Trump maintains his activity, mobility and remains without respiratory problems “he could be discharged tomorrow.”

“It is evolving very well and if this continues we will return to the White House, “added the president’s personal physician, Sean Conley, who confirmed that the president was connected to supplemental oxygen on Friday morning after experiencing a drop in blood levels, a drop that he repeated less seriously on Saturday.

Trump went through a period “extremely worrying” and the next two days will be “crucial” after falling ill with coronavirus, the head of his office, Mark Meadows, had said, in sharp contrast to the optimistic tone previously used by the president’s doctors, who went to great lengths not to reveal that Trump received supplemental oxygen at the White House before being taken to the hospital.

As of Sunday morning, Trump was still being held at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, where he spent his second night. On Saturday afternoon, he offered his own assessment of his health, in a video in which he said he was feeling better. “I hope to return soon,” he said.

And he was back on social media Sunday morning, sharing a video of his followers waving flags, most without wearing masks, gathered outside Walter Reed Hospital.

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