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Sean Conley, White House physician has given a pass to the US President Donald Trump hours before he returns to the campaign trail.
Trump’s doctor said the President is no longer at risk of “transmitting Coronavirus to others”.
Mr Conley said in a statement “Now at day 10 from symptom onset, fever-free for well over 24 hours and all symptoms improved, the assortment of advanced diagnostic tests obtained reveal there is no longer evidence of actively replicating virus.”
However, the White House has not cleared the air if Mr Conley’s comment means the President had tested negative.
In his first appearance after the news of his virus status, Mr Trump had urged his supporters to vote his rival, Joe Biden into “oblivion”
Trump’s supporters gathered at the White House law on Saturday in matching T-shirts and hats as they listen to Mr President.
This mark the first public event the President since he left hospital early in the week after he tested positive for COVID-19 – the President is also planning another rally in Florida on Monday.
The President glides as his supporters chant “four more years” and “we love you” as he talks about law and order, coronavirus and his alleged ballot irregularities.
Though many of his supporters wore masks but social distancing wasn’t in practice.
Despite lagging in almost every polls in the country in less than a month to the election, Mr Trump is ethusiastic that his supporters are greater than the ones he had in 2016.
He told the supporters “We’ve got to vote these people into oblivion – we’ve got to get rid of them.”
The President has maintained that he is feeling greats after leaving hospital days ago.
Trumps continued, “I was watching down over so many people, and I went out to say hello to those people and I took a little heat for it – but I’d do it again,” he said.
“We’re producing powerful therapies and drugs, and we’re healing the sick… and the vaccine is coming out very, very quickly and record time as you know – it’s coming out very, very soon.”