US President Donald Trump’s condition is now stable and he may be discharged from the hospital by Monday. Trump’s medical team said he had been given two episodes of blood oxygen drops and had not had a fever since Friday morning. He further said that he could be discharged to the White House by Monday.
74-year-old Donald Trump is undergoing treatment for Kovid-19 at a military hospital in Bethesda, Maryland. The medical team reported that he had been given a second dose of remedisvil and that the kidney and liver were functioning normally.
US President Donald Trump’s medical team says the president has completed a second dose of remdesivir, and his kidney and liver functions were normal. They say he could be discharged to the White House as early as Monday: Reuters https://t.co/3SwljVT9Wj
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Earlier, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows reported that President Donald Trump’s condition deteriorated much more than was officially reported on Friday. He said that when the doctors noticed that he had fever and the blood oxygen level was falling rapidly, he was asked to go to the hospital. Meadows made the remarks during an interview on Fox News Broadcast on Saturday night, citing two-day conflicting and opaque assessments of the 74-year-old president’s health.
“The biggest thing I can say to you is that we have seen that he no longer has fever and his oxygen level is also much better,” he told Fox host Jenin Parrow. He said- “Yesterday morning we were very worried about him. He had a fever and the oxygen level was falling rapidly. But, in the old style, the President was standing and walking around. “
White House officials, including Meadows, said on Friday that Trump had “mild symptoms” and continued to work. He told Fox News that although doctors Walter Reed and Johns Hopkins advised Trump to go to the hospital. There has been an incredible improvement since yesterday morning, said Meadows. We were all quite worried since we and the doctor came to know.