On Friday, October 2, the people of the nation were shocked after President Donald Trump confirmed that he has tested positive for Covid-19. Since then, White House physician Sean Conley became an integral source of information on his health updates.
Standing outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where Trump was admitted, Conley assured reporters that Trump’s symptoms were improving. He said the president was “doing very well” and in “exceptionally good spirits” after spending Friday night at the hospital. But people found some loopholes in his statement when he made a reference to “72 hours into the diagnosis,” which made people think if Trump may have appeared at campaign events in person after he was exhibiting symptoms of the virus, according to a CBS News report.
When asked about the “72 hours”, Conley replied saying, “Thursday afternoon, following the news of close contact, is when we repeated testing.” He