Donald Trump has tested negative for COVID-19 “continuously” and is not contagious to others, his doctor said.
In a memo released by the White House, Dr. Shawn Conley said Mr. Trump tested negatively using an Abbott Laboratories binocular antigen card on consecutive days.
Negative tests and other clinical and laboratory data “indicate a lack of identifiable viral replicas,” he said.
The U.S. president announced that he had tested positive for it Coronavirus October 2
He was admitted to Walter Reed Military Hospital that night and was released three days later.
Mr Trump, who is trailing his Democratic rival Joe Biden ahead of next month’s presidential election, is holding an election rally in Florida on Monday.
The president is embarking on a three-day state tour to defeat Mr Biden in three weeks’ time.
Mr. Trump will appear in Pennsylvania on Tuesday and in Iowa on Wednesday.
Earlier, he claimed that he had received a “defensive glimpse” after White House medical staff cleared him of the coronavirus.
Despite official guidelines from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Mr. Trump declared himself immune to the virus, saying recovering from COVID-19 does not build the patient’s immunity.
A top U.S. virus expert Criticism of the White House Towards the end of the weekend for hosting an event in September that turned out to be a “superspreader event.”
Infectious Disease Specialist and White House Coronavirus Task Force member Dr. Anthony Fausio criticized the use of the word “healing” when discussing Donald Trump’s recovery from illness.
Several of Mr. Trump’s associates and collaborators tested positive for COPD-19 after attending the Rose Garden event, where President Amy Connie proposed to Barrett for his Supreme Court election.