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Last Monday, President Donald Trump returned to the White House despite his struggle with coronavirus disease to continue his campaign track.
Monday, at 6:30 in the evening, President Trump left Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. He was wearing a dark suit and a blue tie and surgical mask and did not answer any reporters outside. He fled from the facility and entered the White House at 7:00 pm through the South Portico.
President Trump confirmed that he would attend the next week’s debate in Miami against former Vice President Joseph Biden Jr. While still taking treatment for his conditions and facing unclear questions about the exhibition’s rules.
According to infectious disease doctors, people with mild cases are apparently to remain contagious no longer than ten days. It is also based on guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Yet, it could be folded from cases of severe cases.
Therefore, President Trump’s condition and optimism are spontaneous. It could indicate a false sense of security.
Dr. Krutika Kuppalli, an expert physician for infectious diseases from South Carolina, said that President Trump’s condition could still be transferable, depending on his state’s stringency.
However, the president is taking dexamethasone; it is a potent steroid recommended for severe cases of COVID-19. Moreover, the drug can give rise to psychological severe side effects.
Tuesday afternoon, Dr. Sean Conley, the White House physician, has released a memo addressing the president’s condition, indicating that he’s doing well and has no symptoms of COVID-19.
On the other hand, as he continues toning down the threats of COVID-19, Stephen Miller, his top aide, confirmed Tuesday evening that President Trump is tested positive from COVID-19 and under quarantine.
Many infectious disease experts are alarmed and have also given their intuitions to President Trump to have stressed protections.
According to Dr. Taison Bell from the University of Virginia, patients should confirm what they can perform without or after the medication before returning to their normal activities and daily living.
In that case, physicians warned President Trump to be more considerate about his condition before participating in the next debate. By following safety guidelines and protocols and boosted his top aides from his first debate.