Trump Heading To Walter Reed Hospital Following COVID Diagnosis

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The White House says the move is a precautionary measure.

President Trump is being flown to Walter Reed Medical Center, after prior reports that he has had a fever since this morning.

The White House said the move is a precautionary measure.

NBC News reports,

The move was recommended by the president’s physician, Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said, and he is expected to remain at Walter Reed for several days. He will work from the presidential offices there, McEnany said.

Three people familiar with his condition said earlier Friday Trump has a low-grade fever. The president’s doctor said he was administered an antibody cocktail, along with vitamins, and is fatigued, while Melania Trump has a mild cough and headache.


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