“He has had no fever for four days, no symptoms for more than 24 hours, and has not needed or received any additional oxygen since his initial hospitalization. As of today, the President’s tests contain a registered level of antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 IgG from samples taken on Monday, October 5,” the document says.
Simultaneously, in samples taken on Thursday evening, on the eve of the day when Trump announced the infection, the level of antibodies was unregistered, the report said.
Conley assured that all of Trump’s vital signs, including blood oxygen saturation and respiratory rate, are normal.
On Monday, Trump was discharged from a hospital on Washington’s outskirts, where he was treated for three days with a coronavirus diagnosis. He will continue treatment at home in his residence.