Trump Admitted To Walter Reed After COVID-19 Diagnosis

The president of the United States, Donald Trump has been admitted to Walter Reed Military Medical Center where he is receiving medication after he and his wife Melania were diagnosed with coronavirus.

His physician said Friday night that the president is ‘doing very well’ as it was confirmed that Trump had been given remdesivir therapy, an antiviral medication.

The first dose of the Ebola drug was administered after an advisor claimed there is ‘reason for concern’ as the president had ‘trouble breathing’ following his positive coronavirus test.

An anonymous source told CNN that “this is serious,’ stating that Trump was “very tired, very fatigued.” The White House has stayed mute on the severity of Trump’s symptoms but confirmed he is ‘fatigued.’

They also expressed optimism that his condition is not deteriorating and the public should not be alarmed, yet officials told CNN that his condition was much more severe than First Lady Melania Trump

Trump has on several occasions downplayed the impact of the virus discouraging his supporters from wearing masks.
Former Vice President Joe Biden who is vying for the presidency has said Trump’s positive result is a “bracing reminder” of the seriousness of the virus.
Meanwhile, two Republican senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee announced Friday that they had tested positive for Covid-19.

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