Dr. Sean P. Conley White House doctor says Trump doesn’t need coronavirus test

Dr. Sean P. Conley White House doctor says Trump doesn’t need coronavirus test

The White House physician said in a memo released late Friday night that President Donald Trump remains without symptoms for coronavirus and quarantine is not necessary after he came into contact with two individuals who have the virus.

Dr. Sean P. Conley said Trump’s interactions with known patients have been “low risk.”

The memo was made public hours after Trump said he would be tested.

“Not for that reason, but because I think I will do it anyway,” the president said Friday when asked about his interaction at his Mar-a-Lago resort last weekend with an aide to Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, Fabio Wajngarten, who turned up positive.

Physician to the president, Sean P. Conley, argued that because Trump’s interaction was minimal, including a handshake, and because Wajngarten and another patient were not exhibiting symptoms at the time they socialized with the president, Trump’s unlikely to get the virus.

“All interactions occurred before any symptom onset,” Conley wrote. “These interactions would be categorized as LOW risk for transmission per CDC (U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) guidelines, and as such, there is no indication for home quarantine at this time.”

“Additionally, given the President himself is without symptoms, testing for COVID-19 is not currently indicated,” he wrote.

Initiating acceleration of solutions Apoorv Gupta (AG) is serial entrepreneur and known for growth hacking, brand management, scalability consulting. He is well conserved in fintech and blockchain space. Monitored and analysed both short and long-term growth plan for startups. Specialties: Investment analysis, competitive analysis, business development & growth marketing.

Coronavirus Outbreak Live Coverage | COVID-19

Previous article

Coronavirus Australia live coverage cases surge in QLD, NSW

Next article

You may also like


Comments are closed.

More in COVID-19