President Trump’s health is improving, but not ‘out of the woods’ yet; doctor says

President Trump's health is improving, but not ‘out of the woods’ yet; doctor says 1

Trump’s physician made a memo saying “made substantial progress since diagnosis” but “is not yet out of the woods”. “The President’s vitals over the last 24 hours were very concerning and the next 48 hours will be critical in terms of his care. We are still not on a clear path to a full recovery,”  White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, told White House pool reporters after the briefing from his doctors. “He’s made unbelievable improvements from yesterday morning when I know a number of us, the doctor and I were very concerned,” Meadows said in an interview.

The President’s physician, Navy Cmdr. Dr. Sean Conley had offered an assessment of the President’s condition stating that he was feeling well, that he had been “fever-free” for 24 hours, and that his symptoms — which included an “extremely mild cough,” nasal congestion and fatigue — “are resolving and improving.”

According to a source, Trump has received supplemental oxygen since his illness began.

Trump made a video on Twitter on Saturday stating his health condition. “I just want to tell you that I’m starting to feel good,” Trump said. “You don’t know over the next period of a few days, I guess that’s the real test. So, we’ll be seeing what happens over those next couple of days.”


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Senior citizens are the most vulnerable of Coronavirus and Trump failed them

The whole world is going through a very difficult time right now. After the outbreak of coronavirus in March, most of the nation’s representatives acted seriously in front of their citizens. Senior citizens are the most vulnerable of coronavirus.The USA has been one of the countries with the highest number of death and damages. But President Trump couldn’t act properly in this pandemic situation. Trump has misled and spread confusion about coronavirus for many times.

Senior citizens are the most vulnerable of Coronavirus and Trump failed them

By contrast, in the 2016 election, Trump won 52 percent of voters 65 and older, according to CNN exit polls. Trump’s strength in that age group was with white voters, which he won over Democrat Hillary Clinton 58 percent to 39 percent.

Senior insecurity is higher in the U.S. than in many other wealthy countries. Many of the senior citizens continue to work even in this pandemic because of their low income, which brings danger to their health.

“Trump’s message has been that it’s more important for people to get to the hair salon than it is to protect grandma and grandpa from getting sick,” said a Republican strategist who worked on Donald Trump’s campaign.

Many old people have lost their life. 80% of the total coronavirus death in the United States are among people 65 and Up. Forcing the sick into nursing homes sacrificed the elderly.


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