Conley told the media on Wednesday that Trump’s vital signs remained stable and within the normal range. The president has not needed or received any supplemental oxygen since hospitalization, the White House doctor added.
Trump’s positive Covid-19 test last week marked the beginning of a serious outbreak at the White House, with First Lady Melania Trump, presidential spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany, as well as several top officials and staffers contracting the disease.
Despite online speculation about his condition, Trump returned to work earlier this week, delivering an address from the White House balcony in which he said he was not only feeling better, but better than he did 20 years ago.
“Don’t let it [Covid-19] dominate you. Don’t be afraid of it. You’re going to beat it,” he told Americans.
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