U.S. President Donald Trump took a dose of experimental serum based on antibodies, his doctor Sean Conley said. The serum is produced by the American company Regeneron Pharmaceuticals. On October 2, Trump said that he and his wife Melanie had contracted coronavirus.
“As a precaution, he took a dose of eight grams of Regeneron polyclonal antibodies as a cocktail. The introduction of the drug went without incident,” said Mr. Conley in his statement.
The document was published by White House spokesperson Kaylie McEnani on Twitter.
Donald Trump also takes “zinc, vitamin D, famotidine, melatonin, and daily aspirin”. According to the doctor, the president feels tired but remains in a good mood. Melanie Trump has a “mild cough and headache. “The rest of the family is fine, their test results are negative,” Sean Conley said.
Donald Trump and his wife Melanie plan to stay at the White House for the duration of their recovery. Sean Conley said that Mr. Trump will continue to perform his duties “without interruption during the recovery. U.S. presidential candidate Joe Biden, who met with Donald Trump at the September 30 debate, had a negative COVID-19 test.