“It simply came to our notice then. We’ll be there in front. As a leader, I had to do this. I knew it was a danger, but I had to do it … All leaders do what I did. I knew there was a risk and there was a danger. But it’s okay. I feel better now, maybe I’m really immune? I do not know. But don’t let it dominate your lives. Get out of the houses, be careful. We have the best medicines in the world. All obtained in a short time. And they are all about to be approved, and the vaccines will come at any moment, “Trump said.

Trump will continue his treatment at the White House, with doctors saying Monday that the president has not yet recovered. The American president was hospitalized with fever on Friday and was also given oxygen. He was treated with experimental drugs for COVID-19, namely a cocktail of antibodies and Remdesevir.

The White House has acknowledged that the evolution of Trump’s illness has been worrying, and he has also acknowledged that he is feeling better after treatment. Trump and a number of his campaign staff, as well as others, reportedly fell ill on Sept. 26 at the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, which was attended by about 200 people. At least 7 of the front-runners, including Melania Trump, tested positive for the new coronavirus. Since then, five other people have tested positive, including the White House press secretary and members of Trump’s campaign staff.

“Do not be afraid of COVID-19. Don’t let her dominate your life, “Trump wrote on Twitter before leaving the hospital.

His opponent, Joe Biden, reacted angrily to Trump’s message, denouncing the fact that the American president still takes everything easy, although he should be worried.

“I saw a message he wrote on Twitter, they showed it to me. Say ‘Don’t let COVID control your life’. Let them go and tell that to the 205,000 families who have lost someone, “the former US vice president told a Florida television station, Local 10, reports Agerpres, which takes over AFP