President Donald Trump mentioned in a video Saturday from Walter Reed Medical Center he’s feeling “much better now,” after White House officers gave conflicting accounts about his situation all through the day.
In the video posted on his Twitter account, Trump mentioned: “I got here right here, wasn’t feeling so effectively. I really feel significantly better now. We’re working onerous to get me all the best way again.”
He added that his medical doctors shall be monitoring him over the subsequent few days, which shall be “the real test, so we’ll be seeing what happens over those next couple of days.”
Trump mentioned he “had no choice,” however to go to the hospital as a result of he didn’t need to be “locked” contained in the White House, although CNN reported Trump was truly reluctant to go to the hospital.
A White House spokesperson advised Forbes the video was filmed on Saturday, however didn’t present any extra particulars.
Trump isn’t within the clear but: According to the CDC, the median time it took for sufferers to develop acute respiratory misery syndrome (ARDS) from the onset of sickness or signs ranged from eight to 12 days, and the median time to ICU admission from the onset of sickness or signs ranged from 10 to 12 days.
Officials gave complicated and contradictory details about Trump’s situation Saturday. White House doctor Sean Conley mentioned at a press convention that Trump was “doing great.” But then moments later Chief of Staff Mark Meadows advised reporters that Trump’s vitals over the past 24 hours had been “very concerning” and there was “no clear path to a full recovery.” Meadows then modified his tone hours later, saying Trump is “doing very well,” additional including to the confusion.