The doctor who has treated Donald Trump for his coronavirus infection, Sean Conley, assures that the president of the United States “It is no longer considered a transmission risk for others”, an affirmation with which he has been formally discharged when the reelection candidate had already held a ceremony with hundreds of guests and had three campaign rallies on the agenda for this week.
“I am pleased to report that in addition to the President meeting the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) criteria for safe isolation interruption, this morning’s covid PCR samples demonstrate, according to current standards recognized that it is no longer considered a transmission risk, “explained Conley. According to the doctor, Trump has gone 24 hours without fever and, in his opinion, “there is no longer evidence that the virus is actively reproducing” in the body of the President of the United States.
Monday to Florida
With more than 210,000 deaths and more than 50,000 confirmed infections each of the last three daysTrump did not even wait for the medical discharge announced by his White House doctor to resume his political activity in a few days when polls place him below his adversary Joe Biden in the presidential race. On Saturday he participated in an open-air event in front of the White House and with several hundred guests.
This Monday, Trump has a rally scheduled in Florida, on Tuesday, another in Pennsylvania and, on Wednesday, in Iowa.