Late on Thursday, the US President Donald Trump tweeted that he and his wife Melania had tested positive for the COVID-19 and they both will be quarantined.
Donald Trump tweeted: “Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this TOGETHER!.”
What did Donald Trump’s physician say?
Trump’s physician, doctor Sean Conley, informed that he is doing ‘well’ and he will do all of his work without any disturbances. He will be performing all his functions while quarantining along with his wife and the first lady, Melania.
The physicians further added that they both are doing well and as a part of their quarantine they both will be living inside the White House.
As both of them will be quarantined in the White House, the White House canceled a Florida campaign trip from his schedule after Trump tested positive for the virus. Trump’s latest schedule just lists a midday phone call on “Covid-19 support to vulnerable seniors.”
However, this infection at the time of the election will hamper Trump’s ability to campaign in person. As there is no clear cut time that when his office will continue to address events over video
In an interview with Fox News, Trump said that one of his closest confidantes Hope Hicks had also tested positive for the virus. And on Tuesday, Hope Hicks was traveling with Donald Trump to fly to Cleveland for the first presidential debate. On Wednesday, Donald Trump’s wife Melania was also traveling back with him to the White House after a rally in Minnesota.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had advised the people to stay home and quarantine themselves for up to 14 days if they might have been exposed to the virus or might have been tested positive.
What did Donald Trump’s wife say?