- President Donald Trump left Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Monday night, three days after he was admitted following news he tested positive for COVID-19.
- He will be treated in the White House medical unit.
- Multiple people in Trump’s inner circle have tested positive for COVID-19, including First Lady Melania Trump.
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President Donald Trump left Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Monday night, after spending three days there to receive COVID-19 treatment.
—Yamiche Alcindor (@Yamiche) October 5, 2020
As he was leaving a reporter shouted: “How many of your staff are sick? Do you think you might be a super spreader, Mr. President?”
Trump replied with “Thank you, very much.”
Doctors earlier today said Trump’s condition had improved after several therapeutic COVID-19 treatments. He was diagnosed with the illness late last week.
Dr. Sean Conley, the White House physician said Trump was healthy enough to leave the facility but “may not entirely be out of the woods yet.”
Conley said Trump would be taken to the White House medical unit, “where he’ll be surrounded by world-class medical care, 24/7.”
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