Trump Should Not Get Out of Hospital! - US Physician

 According to one of the U.S. physicians, Dr. William Schaffner, President Donald Trump should not have been allowed out of the hospital too early because the Covid-19 epidemic was a silent killer while patients who had recovered were more likely to be re-infected.

He added that the president's condition looked confusing but he was seen to have recovered. So far, the health of the leader of the superpower is claimed to be improving and his worship process is very fast.

However, Trump is rumored to be still at a dangerous level due to his age which has reached the age of 74 and is facing the problem of overweight. Such factors may lead to more serious situations.

It is common knowledge that last Friday, Trump announced that he and his wife had tested positive for Covid-19 and were admitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for treatment.

According to Dr. Sean Conley, Trump's personal doctor, the president had a high fever that day as well as his oxygen levels dropped to alarming levels twice. As such, Trump has been given dexamethasone, a steroid that has been used to treat critical Covid-19 cases as well as allow him to be discharged from hospital today.

However, Dr. William Schaffner stressed that the US president needed to stay in hospital for a few more days and be given 24-hour supervision by medical staff.

If an uninvited event happens at the White House and it is necessary to bring Trump back to the hospital, it is not a good idea and even such actions may have a bad effect on him.

In addition, patients are usually considered free of coronavirus if they do not show any symptoms for 10 days since the onset of symptoms or are confirmed positive while the Trump period is still less than the number of days.

Even more shocking, the White House was accused of cheating in conducting the Covid-19 test as well as issuing false negative results.

This is because campaign manager Bill Stepien, Republican National Committee Chairman Ronna McDaniel and several Republican senators have confirmed the virus and most of them met with the president or attended an event at the White House more than a week ago.