The American President, Donald Trump, momentarily left Walter Reed Military Hospital to greet surprise and from the car to the group of supporters that had been concentrated in the vicinity of the complex.
With a mask and the windows closed Trump appeared in one of the armored vehicles of his presidential entourage and greeted the people who have gathered outside the Walter Reed Hospital Complex, in Bethesda (Maryland), with flags with the name of the president and messages of support for the president, who has been here since Friday night after testing positive for covid-19.
Learning about covid
Two secret service agents, also wearing masks, led him into this brief departure from the hospital. The event was not announced and not even the group of White House journalists who stand guard to report on the president was notified in advance.
That’s Trump driving by his supporters outside Walter Reed military hospital. pic.twitter.com/eqA0RGkr6A
— Philip Crowther (@PhilipinDC) October 4, 2020
Trump announced his departure in a video on Twitter a little after 5 pm (local time): “We are going to pay a little surprise visit to some of the patriots who are in the street, who have been there for a long time, with Trump flags and who love our country. “
“It has been a very interesting trip, I have learned a lot about covid. I have learned it by going to the real school. This is the school of reading the book. I’ve learned and understood it and I’m going to tell you about it, “Trump said as if his hospital stay was coming to an end.
Improve your health
The president said that he has had the opportunity to meet soldiers and emergency personnel, despite the fact that a COVID-19 patient should be in total isolation. Trump entered on Friday in the afternoon in Walter Reed’s presidential suite after testing positive for COVID-19 and experiencing a drop in blood oxygen and fever.
Since Friday, the president has improved, according to his medical team, and, although he has registered a second drop in your oxygen levels, has only shown mild symptoms. The doctors who treat him assured today that the president could leave the hospital on Monday and continue his treatment with antivirals and steroids in the White House.