President Trump's medical team held a presser Sunday morning and said that the president is doing so well that he might be discharged from Walter Reed as soon as tomorrow. If this were to happen, he would continue his treatment at the White House.
President Trump was diagnosed with COVID-19 approximately 72 hours ago, and on Friday, he was moved to Walter Reed in "an abundance of caution," reports said.
Saturday morning, Trump's medical team held a presser in which they assured the nation that the president is doing well and the team is "extremely happy" with his progress.
President Donald Trump's physician is treating the president with an experimental antibody cocktail being developed by the drug maker Regeneron, as well as zinc, vitamin D, and the generic version of the heartburn treatment Pepcid.