(WLAX/WEUX) – A team of doctors at Walter Reed expressing optimism about President Trump’s treatment. Updating the nation earlier today, saying his coronavirus symptoms have improved significantly since Friday. They add he is continuing his treatment with drugs usually reserved for more serious cases. FOX News Senior Political Correspondent Mike Emanuel is at Walter Reed Medical Center with the story.
Dr. Dooley, a member of Trump’s medial team said, “The patient continues to improve. He has remained without fever since Friday morning.”
President Trump’s medical team providing an update on his condition following his testing positive and hospitalization for the coronavirus. During a news conference at Walter Reed Medical Center Sunday, doctors said the president has completed his second dose of remdesevir without any side effects.
Garibaldi said, “Our hope is that we can plan for discharge as early as tomorrow to the white house, where he can continue his treatment course.”
The white house releasing images of Trump showing the Commander-In-Chief working from his presidential suite at the military hospital.
The pictures coming after President Trump shared an update on his condition Saturday Night.
The President addressing the American people in a video from the medical facility saying he is feeling better and thinks he will “be back soon.
Trump said, “We’re going to beat this coronavirus or whatever you want to call it.”
Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden proceeding with some campaign events as usual, despite growing concerns about the former V.P. contracting coronavirus.
After sharing the stage with President Trump. Biden wrapping up a virtual town hall on Saturday, where he zoomed members of the largest labor union representing transit workers and tiptoed around questions asking him about trump’s record on COVID-19.
Biden said, “I don’t want to be attacking the President and the First Lady now because they’re uh, they’re now, they have contracted coronavirus.”
Meanwhile, the positive coronavirus tests piling up on some of his close advisers and allies as President Trump appears to be on the road to recovery.
At Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, Mike Emanuel FOX News.