The president’s battle against the virus is far from over and there are several examples
He President Donald Trump He left Walter Reed hospital this Monday, where he received treatment for coronavirus, in a fact that many classified as reckless.
The president opted for discharge despite the fact that his doctors warned him that he is still not out of danger. Trump received a cocktail of medicines, some experimental, during his stay at the medical center. In the Casa Blanca will have a prestigious medical staff at your disposal 24 hours a day.
Trump began to express that he felt better since Sunday, but experts say his battle against COVID-19 is far from over. Several people on social media recalled the case of Herman Cain, the Republican politician who died of coronavirus after catching it at a Trump event in Tulsa.
According to multiple users, Cain was diagnosed with coronavirus on July 2. Eight days later he said he was improving. His doctors expressed optimism with his condition on July 15, but in the end the Republican passed away on July 30. Cain’s medical chart had its ups and downs for a month. The former presidential candidate died at the age of 74.
A humbling Herman Cain / coronavirus timeline:
6/24: Attends Trump rally, maskless
7/2: Tests positive for Covid-19
7/10: Says he’s improving
7/15: Says his doctors seem happy
7/27: Says he’s really getting better
– Tim O’Brien (@TimOBrien) October 5, 2020
Trump downplayed the coronavirus before exiting the Walter Reed Hospital. He also promised to be on the campaign trail very soon.
“Don’t be afraid of COVID. Don’t let it dominate your life, ”he wrote on Twitter hours before leaving.