President Trump Recovers from Covid-19

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Natalie Irula

Editor-in-Chief

President Trump was hospitalized after testing positive for Covid-19 on Oct. 2 and has since returned to the White House.

After the confirmed positive, Trump was taken to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for three days, according to NPR.

He has since returned to the White House and will continue to receive treatment.

“He’s returning to a facility, the White House medical unit, that’s staffed 24/7: top notch physicians, nurses, PAs, logisticians, and the unit here…is going to continue to support us in that nature,” said White House physician Sean Conley, according to NPR.

The president himself seems much more interested in returning to work than taking it slow in light of his contraction of the virus.

“Unbelievable. I felt good immediately. I felt as good three days ago as I do now,” said Trump in a memo he posted on his Twitter account.

Trump can be seen standing, appearing in good health, in front of the oval office as he discusses medications he was given, thanks first-responders and medical staff and talks about a possible cure in the future.

He attributes his speedy recovery to a drug called Regeneron, which he claims to have requested himself after being diagnosed.

Check out President Trump’s memo to the U.S. here:

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