Just 32 days after the U.S. presidential election, Donald Trump has been taken to hospital with Covid-19 and will be monitored there “for a few days,” the White House said.
In 744, Mr. Trump considers the coronavirus to be the most at risk in the age category, with about 80 percent of Kovid-19s in the United States dying between the ages of 655 and older.
Mr. Trump is also known to have high cholesterol, and at 17 E6 Lib (110.7 kg) is considered obese for his height, which could put him at risk of a deadly virus.
Mr Trump’s doctor, Shawn Conley, said both the president and his wife, Melania Trump, were “well at this time” and receiving treatment. Mr. Trump, who has shown symptoms, is being treated with a Regeneron polyclonal antibody cocktail. He is also taking vitamin C and zinc, melatonin and a daily aspirin, his doctor said.
Mr Trump said in a video from his hospital home on Saturday that he felt “much better” and expected to return “soon.”
Dr. Conley further suggested that Mr. Trump intends to continue “performing his duties” as he recovers, but that as Mr. Trump will be taken to the hospital – and is expected to be separated for at least the next two weeks – the commander-in-chief has some responsibilities. Can’t
In that sense, it is possible Mike Pence will run for office.
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