The White House chief of staff stressed that the president “continues to improve” and made “incredible progress.”
With just a few weeks to go elections in USA, Donald Trump and the doctors who treat him for coronavirus will decide this Monday whether to leave the military hospital where he has been for three days, reported the White House chief of staff, while emphasizing that the president “continues to improve” and achieved an “incredible progress”.
“The decision on discharge will be made later today (by this Monday) between the president and his team doctor, “Mark Meadows told NBC news network.
The chief of staff later told Fox News that the 74-year-old president “continues to improve” and made “progress amazing”.
“The doctors are going to carry out an evaluation at some point towards the end of the morning and then the president, in consultation with his doctors, will make a decision on whether to discharge him during the day,” he continued.
“We are still optimistic that, based on his incredible progress and how strong he has been in terms of his fight against this disease, Covid-19, (Trump) will be discharged“he added.
The president was hospitalized on Friday night after testing positive for the coronavirus on Thursday night.
The disease that afflicts the president and the first lady, Melania Trump, who is isolated in the White House, has global repercussions and both received expressions of support and speedy recovery from rulers from different parts of the world.
The contagions of Trump, the first lady and her adviser Hope Hicks are not the only ones that affected the power elite in the United States, and at least three senators tested positive for Covid-19.
On Sunday a cautious optimism reigned in the Trump environment, despite the fact that the White House doctor admitted that the initial state of the president was More serious what was reported.
Trump’s doctor, Sean Conley, contradicted his remarks on Saturday, saying that on Friday the president required oxygen administration for an hour while he was still in the White House.
This episode was considered disturbing enough to lead to his hospitalization.
The doctor acknowledged that he had not disclosed the incident on Saturday to project an image of optimism.
The United States is the country most affected by the coronavirus, with more than 7.4 million cases and more than 209,700 deaths.