US President Donald Trump is no more a coronavirus transmission risk to others.
The White House physician has confirmed that the president no longer needs to isolate.
Trump has earlier appeared for the first time since being hospitalized. He delivered a speech before the people at the White House.
Concerns prevailed that he might be contagious for others after his three-day hospital stay.
However, the doctor’s memo assured that the latest tests revealed there was “no longer evidence of actively replicating virus”, and that his viral load was “decreasing”.
Dr. Conley said in a statement that President Trump had undergone through sensitive lab tests.
“This evening I am happy to report that in addition to the President meeting [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] criteria for the safe discontinuation of isolation, this morning’s Covid
PCR sample demonstrates, by currently recognized standards, he is no longer considered a transmission risk to others,” he said.
However, the memo does not mention if Trump had tested negative for the virus.
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Dr. Conley’s memo comes after President Trump told a crowd at a White House event that he was “feeling great”. He informed his supporters that he is no longer taking any medication against coronavirus.