US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump tested positive with COVID-19.
Trump announced the breaking news via a Tweet, this early Friday morning. And now, his doctor is releasing his statement on the earth-shattering news.
According to reports, this is considered as a recording-breaking development. This is because Election Day is just moments away. Above all, with the global pandemic at its final stretch, the election campaign might see some changes.
The doctor announced how he found out the rather shocking news. This included several statements regarding how both the President and his wife are doing well. However, they plan on remaining at home, during this crucial time.
Meanwhile, that means spending more time at their residence and less time engaging with the public. The doctor announced how he and his team plan to tackle the very high profile case. According to reports, they are currently monitoring the situation carefully.
He went on commending the efforts of some of the country’s top health professionals, who are providing their support. Moreover, he also confirmed how he expected the president to carry out his duties, as he recovers.
The US president’s physician, Sean Conley, released statements, with approval from the President himself. He also promised to keep the public aware of all the developments as they take place.
Therefore, currently, the president and his first lady are resting and doing good. Furthermore, the news broke out just a moment after the President’s close aide tested positive.
And that’s when Donald Trump tweeted how he and Melania are beginning the quarantine process. But soon enough, their test results came back positive too. And that means no engaging with the public. Similarly, most of the president’s schedule is also getting changed.
Today, he planned to attend a charity fundraiser, followed by a rally for his election campaign. But it looks like there’s going to be some major alterations in plans.
The President is under vigilant watch and doing well, carrying out duties during his recovery. However, it will be interesting to see how the next few weeks turn out.