Trump’s Doctor Says He Can Resume Public Events Starting Saturday

The White House / Joyce N. Boghosian

WASHINGTON – President Trump’s physician says he expects trump to resume public engagements on Saturday.

The White House released a memo from Doctor Sean Conley on Thursday saying Trump has finished his course of therapy for COVID-19.

The memo says Saturday will mark ten days since President Trump tested positive.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says Coronavirus patients should isolate at least that long after symptoms begin. They also have to be fever-free for 24 hours without the help of medication.

President Trump hasn’t been sighted independently, but he’s been working in the oval office.

The President says he believes he’s now immune to COVID-19.

Science only indicates survivors might have some protections from the virus for an unknown period.


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