Trump's Doctor Named A Possible Date For His Return To Public Events
US President Donald Trump, who has fallen ill with the coronavirus, will be able to return to public appearances on October 10, according to a memo from Trump's doctor Sean Conley, published on the Twitter account of White house press Secretary Kayleigh Mcananey.
"Saturday will be the 10th day since the diagnosis (to Donald Trump. — Statements). Based on the diagnosis, which was conducted by the team, I expect the safe return of the President to make public speeches at this time," said Conley. The note also says that Trump responded well to the treatment, with no signs of adverse therapeutic effects.
On October 2, Donald Trump announced that he and his wife Melania were diagnosed with coronavirus. On October 4, White House chief of staff mark meadows said on Fox News that the US President "is on the mend." According to him, Trump's condition is "incredibly improved" compared to the previous day. Trump himself said in a video message that he felt good two days ago, "better than 20 years ago." The New York Times (NYT) estimates that the cost of treating the President could exceed $100,000.