Trump's 'Don't Be Afraid' COVID-19 Tweet Angers Pandemic Survivors

Trump's 'Don't Be Afraid' COVID-19 Tweet Angers Pandemic Survivors

SEATTLE (AP) — Dizzy with a soaring fever and unable to breathe, Scott Sedlacek had one thing going for him: He was among the first people to be treated for COVID-19 at Seattle’s Swedish Medical Center, and the doctors and nurses were able to give him plenty of attention. The 64-year-old recovered after being treated...

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Trump Pushes For Monday Hospital Release

Trump Pushes For Monday Hospital Release

BETHESDA, Md. (AP) — President Donald Trump was hoping for a Monday discharge from the military hospital where he is being treated for COVID-19, a day after he briefly ventured out while contagious to salute cheering supporters by motorcade in a move that disregarded precautions meant to contain the deadly virus that has killed more...

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Trump's Doctor's Comments On Symptoms, Care Spark Confusion

Trump's Doctor's Comments On Symptoms, Care Spark Confusion

For the second day in a row, the Navy commander in charge of President Donald Trump’s care left the world wondering: Just how sick is the president? Dr. Sean Conley is trained in emergency medicine, not infectious disease, but he has a long list of specialists helping determine Trump’s treatment at Walter Reed National Military...

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What Is Dexamethasone? Trump Given Steroid To Help Fight Coronavirus Infection

What Is Dexamethasone? Trump Given Steroid To Help Fight Coronavirus Infection

President Donald Trump on Saturday was administered a first dose of dexamethasone, a widely available steroid, to help fight his coronavirus infection, White House physician Sean Conley announced Sunday. Trump was admitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Friday, just hours after revealing he and first lady Melania Trump tested positive for the...

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