White House physician says Trump safe to return to public events Oct. 10


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In an Oct. 8 memo, Dr. Conley said the president has actually reacted “incredibly well” to treatment and has stayed steady because returning home from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, according to The Hill..

” Saturday will be day 10 considering that Thursdays medical diagnosis, and based upon the trajectory of sophisticated diagnostics the team has been performing, I fully prepare for the Presidents safe return to public engagements at that time,” Dr. Conley said, according to the report..

White House physician Sean Conley, DO, said Oct. 8 that President Donald Trump could make a “safe return” to public events on Oct. 10, less than 2 weeks after the president announced he had evaluated positive for COVID-19, according to The Hill..

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Talking With Fox News Sean Hannity late Oct. 8, the president said he hopes to have an in-person rally this weekend. He stated his team would try to set up rallies in Florida and Pennsylvania, according to Politico.