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"Not Free and Clear Yet" President Donald Trump back at the White House

Hours after the clinical group treating him for COVID-19 forewarned that he's "not free and clear yet," President Trump left Walter Reed Medical Center soon after 6:30 p.m. ET on Monday. He returned to the White House without further ado before 7 p.m., where he offered a go-ahead before strolling inside and removing his face mask.

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It was the 2nd day of October this year when President Trump tweeted that he and the First Lady Melania Trump both tested positive for COVID-19 and will begin the recovery process immediately.

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"Learned so much about Coronavirus"

"One thing that's for certain: Don't let it dominate you,"

"Don't be afraid of it. You're going to beat it."

- said by President Trump on his tweet from his balcony.

The president's disposition frightened numerous irresistible infection specialists, who said he ought to have focused on precautionary measures Americans should take to attempt to abstain from getting the COVID.

"Surrounded by world-class medical care, 24/7"

- said Dr. Sean Conley, the White House doctor, told columnists on Monday.

President Trump is currently treating with dexamethasone, a ground-breaking steroid suggested for use in extreme instances of COVID-19. The medication can convey mental results. However, Conley said the president has no display to any of them. He over and over declined to give points of interest about the president's lung condition or the last time Mr. Trump's results were negative for the infection, referring to government security laws.

Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Monday that she'd tried positive for COVID-19. She and more staff and individuals tested positive for the virus in line with the event at the White House.


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