Politics President says Trump Jr. doing 'very well' after COVID-19 diagnosis

22:25  21 november  2020
22:25  21 november  2020 Source:   thehill.com

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US President Donald Trump is doing " very well " in hospital after his Covid - 19 diagnosis , his doctors say , but their account has been disputed. Dr Sean Conley said the president was not being given extra oxygen for now and had been fever-free for 24 hours. Moments later, the White House chief of staff

The president says he is "much better " but his doctors say he is "not out of the woods yet" on Covid. He posted a video on Twitter ahead of a second night in hospital, where he is being treated for Covid - 19 . The president 's physician said late on Saturday Mr Trump had made "substantial

President Trump said Saturday that his eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., was doing "very well" following his positive test for COVID-19.

Donald Trump Jr. posing for the camera: President says Trump Jr. doing 'very well' after COVID-19 diagnosis © Getty President says Trump Jr. doing 'very well' after COVID-19 diagnosis

A spokesperson for the president's son confirmed on Friday that Trump Jr. tested positive "at the start of the week" and has been quarantining. News of his diagnosis came hours after Andrew Giuliani, the son of Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and a White House staffer, announced that he tested positive for the virus.

"My son is doing very well. Thank you!" Trump wrote on Twitter on Saturday.

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  Vikings OL Dru Samia tests positive for COVID-19 Vikings offensive lineman Dru Samia has tested positive for COVID-19. Contact tracing is being performed, and Samia and anyone deemed a high-risk contact will not be permitted to travel with the team for tomorrow night’s game against the Bears. © Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports Samia, a 2019 fourth-rounder, started four games for Minnesota earlier this year before returning to a reserve role. But the Vikings just released Pat Elflein and now find themselves without their top backup at guard. Plus, there is a good chance that there will indeed be high-risk contacts given the nature of O-line/D-line play.

Donald Trump Jr . is self-quarantining after his test for Covid - 19 came back positive earlier this week, his spokesman has confirmed. FILE PHOTO: Donald Trump Jr . stands next to his father, President Donald Trump , during a campaign rally at Kenosha Regional Airport in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

"This morning, the president is doing very well ." Another doctor on the doctor's medical team said he is being monitored very closely Stricken by COVID - 19 , a feverish and "fatigued" Trump was taken to a military hospital Friday after being injected with an experimental antibody cocktail at the White House.

A number of Trump administration officials and White House staffers have tested positive for COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic, including the president and first lady Melania Trump in early October. Others who have tested positive include the press secretary, the chiefs of staff to both the president and the vice president, and senior advisers Stephen Miller and Hope Hicks.

The U.S. topped 12 million coronavirus cases on Saturday, less than a week after the total number of cases hit 11 million. The weekly average of new cases has exceeded 100,000 for the past two weeks, and daily case counts are now approaching 200,000.

Experts have warned that cases would surge during the winter months as people are forced to spend more time indoors, where the virus can spread more easily, and several states have stepped up coronavirus restrictions to try to limit the spread of the virus around Thanksgiving.

However, the president, his son and other allies have downplayed the extent of the outbreak. Late last month, Trump Jr. asserted that the death rate due to COVID-19 was "almost nothing."

"We've gotten control of this. We understand how it works. They have the therapeutics to be able to deal with this," he said on Fox News shortly before the election.

NFL expecting huge COVID-19 spike after Thanksgiving? .
The NFL is bracing for a significant post-Thanksgiving spike in COVID-19 cases across the league. There is a fear that with the surge in the virus, it will have an impact on the remaining regular-season games. The NFL has every reason to be concerned. Cases of COVID-19 are spiking across the United States, with the country exceeding 100,000-plus new positive tests every day since November began. It’s also a trend that reflects in the NFL’s testing of players and personnel, with 47 percent of cases in the regular season coming in November.Oct. 4-10: Eight new cases among players, seven confirmed positives among personnelOct.

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