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Trump is no longer a COVID-19 ‘transmission risk’, says Doctor

Trump has been fever-free for well over 24 hours and all symptoms have improved, Conley said in a memorandum published by the White House.

Shivani Arora

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Published on 11 Oct 2020 4:47 AM GMT

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Days after returning to the White House after being treated for COVID-19, US President Donald Trump has expressed his willingness to hold rallies for the presidential elections, with his doctor saying he is “safe” to return to public life on Saturday.

US President Donald Trump is no longer considered a coronavirus transmission risk to others and has met the criteria for safe discontinuation of isolation, according to White House physician Sean Conley.

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Trump has been fever-free for well over 24 hours and all symptoms have improved, Conley said in a memorandum published by the White House.

“The assortment of advanced diagnostic tests obtained reveal there is no longer evidence of actively replicating virus,” Conley wrote. “In addition, sequential testing throughout his illness has demonstrated decreasing viral loads.”

Trump earlier Saturday held his first public event since returning from a three-day hospital stint, thanking hundreds of supporters gathered on the South Lawn for their encouragement during his illness.

Return to the Campaign:

The president has announced an aggressive return to the campaign trail following his convalescence, beginning with a rally Monday night in Orlando. He’s expected to visit Pennsylvania on Tuesday and Iowa on Wednesday for additional campaign events.

Conley’s update was the first on the president’s health since Thursday. The White House has still refused to reveal certain health details about the president and his treatment. Including when Trump last tested negative before contracting the coronavirus.

Trump first unveiled his positive test for the coronavirus early Oct. 2, and has credited his recovery to a Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. antibody cocktail he was administered. The president also received a corticosteroid called dexamethasone as well as Remdesivir, an antiviral manufactured by Gilead Sciences Inc.

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“I’m feeling great,” Trump said Saturday, adding that the US was “producing powerful therapies and drugs.”

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