Barron Trump had coronavirus

  • Barron Trump had coronavirus

Barron Trump had coronavirus

First Lady of the United States of America (FLOTUS) Melania Trump revealed Wednesday that her son Barron Trump tested positive for the novel coronavirus along with her husband, Donald Trump.

Initially Barron Trump had tested negative for coronavirus after his parents were diagnosed with the disease. Trump said her son had "no symptoms", and has now tested negative. "In a way, I was glad the three of us went through this at the same time so we could take care of each other and spend time together", she wrote on the website. "He has since tested negative", Trump continued.

She said she had body aches, a cough, headaches, and was extremely exhausted. According to her own account, the first lady did not receive the same level of experimental drug therapies as the president, saying she took "a more natural route in terms of medicine, opting more for vitamins and healthy food" to help her recover.

Her husband, meanwhile, spent three nights in a military hospital.

He has since tested negative for COVID-19.

The President told reporters on Wednesday that Barron is doing "fine" when asked how his son was doing in the wake of Melania Trump's essay.

However, in an unprecedented decision, debate organizers said they wanted to switch to a virtual format for safety reasons after Trump contracted the coronavirus.

Despite making numerous TV appearances, videos and campaign rally speeches the president has never said anything about his son's coronavirus status.

She also writes that she had minimal symptoms - body aches, a cough, headache, and fatigue. "Barron is lovely and he's free".

"I don't even think he even knew he had it because they're young and their immune systems are strong and they fight it off". Sean Conley, the White House physician, and his team, and said it was an "unfamiliar feeling" to be the patient.

The event was held to unveil the president's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett.

On the second of October, the White House confirmed that Trump and his wife Melania were infected with the Corona virus, and the president was then transferred to the Walter Reed Medical Center for treatment. The disease has killed more than 216,000 people in the US and caused almost 7.9 million infections here, according to the latest count from Johns Hopkins University.

She also said the most impactful part of her recovery "was the opportunity to reflect on many things-family, friendships, my work, and staying true to who you are".