Doctor told about Trump’s condition

By | October 3, 2020
Doctor told about Trump's condition

U.S. President Donald Trump is currently feeling very well, his health is improving, and specialists are happy with the progress. This was announced Saturday at a briefing for journalists by Sean Conley, the President’s attending physician.
“Today [Saturday] morning, the president feels very well. At the moment, the [specialists] team and I are very happy with the progress made by the president,” Conley said. I feel [so good] that I can leave [the hospital] today,” another doctor, Sean Dooley, quoted Trump.

The British professor reported that Trump is most likely treated with the Russian Sputnik V.

Doctor told about Trump’s condition

Sean Conley did not specify a precise time frame for the head of state to be discharged from the military medical center. He stressed that Trump will undergo a five-day course of taking the antiviral drug Remdesivir. In addition, according to Conley, the head of the state is not currently experiencing breathing problems.

Trump’s condition in the last 24 hours has been very alarming, the next 48 hours will be very important as far as the medical care program for him is concerned, a source familiar with the President’s state of health told journalists.

The president’s performance over the past 24 hours has been very worrying, and the next 48 hours will be critical to his [medical] care. We are still not on a clear path to full recovery.