President Trump’s COVID-19 treatment includes an experimental antibody cocktail

After confirming early on Friday morning that President Donald Trump tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, White House physicians have sent mixed messages about the leader’s condition. Trump’s lead physician Sean Conley stated in a press conference on Saturday that the president had been sick for 72 hours, which would mean he’d attended several events after receiving a diagnosis on Wednesday morning. The White House has since said this is not the case, but reports remain confusing. While Chief of Staff Mark Meadows said on Saturday that the commander-in-chief’s vital signs were “very concerning,” tweets from President Trump and those close to him maintained that he was feeling well and reviewing documents from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland.



a close up of a glass door: The president is being treated with two drugs whose efficacy against the coronavirus is unclear.


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The president is being treated with two drugs whose efficacy against the coronavirus is unclear.

While we may not know for sure how the president is

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