Trump admitted in military hospital

In this July 17, 2019, photo, President Donald Trump arrives to speak at a campaign rally at Williams Arena in Greenville, N.C | Photo: AP/Carolyn Kaster

Washington DC, America – President of the United States of America, who announced that he has tested positive for Covid-19, on Friday, has been transferred to a military hospital in Washington.

According to an update by Trump’s physician, shared on Twitter by Kayleigh McEnany, Press Secretary of the White House, Trump was transferred to Walter Reed National Military Center for further monitoring.

Although he was reportedly fatigued on Friday, with a mild symptoms, he is reportedly doing better on Saturday, and does not require supplemental oxygen. His team of doctors have decided to initiate Remdesivir therapy, of which he is reported to have completed the first dose.

First Lady Melania Trump, who also tested positive for the coronavirus has also become symptomatic, with a mild cough and mild headache. However, it has not yet been reported whether she has been admitted as well. All other members of the Trump family have tested negative for the virus as of now.

Trump took to reassure the world of his recovery, saying, “Going well, I think!”

According to international media, Trump appeared fit enough to walk unaided to the helicopter, which took him to the Walter Reed Medical Centre where will continue working. However, Trump’s campaign plans have been cancelled for the coming days, Campaign Senior Adviser Corey Lewandowski told CBS News.