President of America, Donald Trump has resumed back to work in the Oval Office on Wednesday, six days subsequent to testing COVID-19 positive, the White House reports.
Trump representative Brian Morgenstern said the president was being advised on monetary upgrade dealings and the advancement of Hurricane Delta towards the US Gulf Coast.
The conduct of the president — who was hospitalized on Friday with Covid-19 and released on Monday — is under investigation as the number of positive cases keeps increasing among individuals working at the White House.
The pandemic that has executed more than 210,000 individuals in the US.
Soon after venturing off a helicopter at the White House, he climbed the steps of his home and pulled off his face mask to encourage Americans to fight COVID-19 and not allow the sickness to take over them.
“Don’t let it dominate you. Don’t be afraid of it,” he urged Americans in his homecoming speech, referring to the virus.
According to his doctors report, the President showed no symptom of COVID-19 for 24 hours and has not had fever in the last four days
Doctor Sean Conley also reported in brief update that the President said he’s feeling great.
Trump also announced his intentions to return campaigning and to make himself present at the presidential debate against his opponent Joe Biden in Miami on October 15.
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