US President Donald Trump returned to the White House after he was admitted to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Oct. 2.
President Trump was admitted to the hospital after he and the first lady were diagnosed for Covid-19 and was experiencing a fever and was given supplemental oxygen treatments. He left the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Oct. 5. The president will continue to receive care and treatment at the White House. Sean Conley, his physician, told reporters that the president will be monitored closely at the White House and that he “may not be entirely out of the woods yet.” On his return, Trump tweeted that he is feeling good, and said Americans need not be afraid of the COVID-19.
After arriving back at the White House, Trump removed his mask as he reached a balcony facing the South Lawn, and, standing mask-less for over two minutes, gave a double thumbs-up and saluted the soldiers down below.
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