President Trump before heading to Florida Monday evening for his first campaign rally since his positive diagnosis has tested negative for Covid-19 on consecutive days, according to the White House physician.
President Trump returned to the White House Monday evening after spending three-day being treated for COVID-19 at Walter Reed National Military Center, released an upbeat video message telling Americans not to be afraid of the virus.
First Lady Melania Trump on Monday updated the American public her health status, saying that she is “feeling good” and will “continue to rest” at the White House after contracting COVID, adding that she is “grateful” for the support and prayers.
President Trump tweeted a second video update from Walter Reed Medical Center on Sunday, stating his personal positive diagnosis have been a “very interesting journey,” and that he learned a lot about COVID-19.
President Trump tweeted a four-minute video message updating the American public Saturday evening on his progress since being tested positive with the coronavirus, saying that he “feels much better now” but the next few days is going to be “the real test.”
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have tested positive for coronavirus, the president announced on Twitter early Friday morning.