Trump was sent to the hospital for “a few days”

US President Donald Trump, who contracted a coronavirus infection, will spend “several days” at the Walter Reed National military medical center.

Trump will work from “the presidential suite of the hospital, which is equipped with everything necessary for him to continue performing his official duties,” Free News writes, citing the White House.

On the afternoon of October 2, the Trump administration reported that the US President is “tired” but is “in high spirits.”

Trump has also injected with a cocktail of antibodies by Regeneron firm, according to the President’s doctor, Sean Conley.

The injection contained 8 gr of the drug and was a single one. The President also took vitamin D, zinc, famotidine, melatonin, and a daily dose of aspirin.

As for Melania Trump, who also contracted the coronavirus, she has a slight cough and headache, the doctor said. The rest of the Trump family tested negative for coronavirus.