President Trump’s Chief Physician “Antibody Detection” Emphasis on Smooth Recovery October 8 at 5:53 AM
President Trump’s chief physician, who has been infected with the new coronavirus, said on July 7 that the president had no fever and no symptoms, and stressed that he was recovering well, suggesting that he was being immune to “antibodies detected in the blood collected on the 5th.”
President Trump’s doctor, who has been infected with the new coronavirus, today announced the president’s physical condition.
In this, the attending physician said, “The President is in great shape this morning.” The oxygen concentration and the number of breaths in the blood are within the normal range, there is no fever for more than 4 days, and there are no symptoms for more than 24 hours.”
On top of that, he emphasized that he was recovering well, suggesting that he was being immune to the body, as “antibodies from the new coronavirus were not detected in President Trump’s blood collected on October 1, but antibodies were detected in the blood collected on the 5th.”
President Trump has not appeared publicly since returning to the White House, but he has posted a series of criticisms of biden, the opposition Democratic Party of Japan, on Twitter.
On the evening of the 7th, there will be a TV debate between the vice presidential candidates of both the Republican and Democratic parties. In response to the president’s own infection and the spread of the infection in the White House, there is expected to be intense debate about how to deal with the new coronavirus.