President Trump’s possible discharge on the 5th and doctors’ skepticism

President Trump may be released from the hospital on October 5 and doctors’ skepticism will also be held on October 5 at 4:31 p.m.

As for U.S. President Trump, who has been hospitalized for the new coronavirus, doctors have indicated that he may be able to leave the hospital as early as five days local time. On the other hand, some experts say that his condition is still not optimistic, and with a month to go before the presidential election, the focus is on whether his physical condition is really improving.
President Trump, infected with the new coronavirus, has been in a military hospital near washington, the capital, since February 2, and doctors hold a daily press conference to explain his condition.

In a press conference on April 4 local time, doctors indicated that President Trump could be released from the hospital as early as five days, but important information about symptoms and treatments is often revealed later, and the U.S. media is questioning the credibility of the announcement.

The Wall Street Journal also reported that while it knew the results of a simple test that President Trump was “positive” as of the day, he made no mention of it in a subsequent FOX television telephone interview.

With a month to go before the presidential election, President Trump wants to emphasize recovery from the new virus, but experts say his condition is still not optimistic, and the focus is on whether the president’s health is really improving.

President Trump doesn’t take the risk of infection seriously

According to a poll conducted by ABC News and others about President Trump’s infection with the new coronavirus, more than 70 percent of people said they did not take the risk of infection seriously.

The survey was conducted by ABC News in the U.S. and Ipsos, a research firm, on 506 people across the United States from 2 to 3 this month.

As a result, 72 percent of people said they did not take the risk of infection seriously about President Trump, who was infected with the new virus, well above 27 percent of those who said they “take it seriously.”

On the other hand, when asked whether they would evaluate President Trump’s response to the new virus, 35 percent said they would rate it, and 64 percent said they would not.

In a poll conducted by Reuters and Ipsos on 1005 people across the United States at the same time, 65 percent said they would not have been infected if President Trump had taken the new virus more seriously.