Robert Collins
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  • Trump is at a higher risk of developing serious complications from COVID-19. His doctor, Navy Commander Sean Conley, told him that the president's blood oxygen level had suddenly dropped twice.
  • Upon his departure from Walter Reed on Monday, Conley confirmed the president was still alive and would not be out of the woods for another week.
  • Despite this, Trump had met or exceeded the standard for discharge from the hospital.

At 74 years old and with a morbidly obese BMI, Trump is a risky person who is at a higher risk of developing serious complications from COVID-19. Because of the time difference between announcing his diagnosis and the lack of basic medical information being released in medical briefings, further problems have come into view.

His doctor, Navy Commander Sean Conley, told him that the president's blood oxygen level had suddenly dropped twice. However, upon his departure from Walter Reed on Monday, Conley confirmed the president was still alive and would not be “out of the woods” for another week. He said, despite this, Trump had met or exceeded the standard for discharge from the hospital. Dr. Sean Conley said the president was still infectious and could be discharged for further treatment at the White House. In the past, many have criticized Trump's efforts to minimize the effects of the virus, with weeks to go before the presidential election. “We need to be realistic in this: COVID is a complete threat to the American population, ”  said Dr. David Nace, of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Centre, in response to Trump's comment on the do not fear COVID-19. “Most people are not as fortunate as the president, with an in-house medical unit and access to experimental treatments,” he added.

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