- Trump was hospitalized Friday after spiking a fever and suffering a drop in blood oxygen levels
- Doctors say he has been fever-free for 72 hours
- Trump tweeted people shouldn’t be afraid of the virus
President Donald Trump, who was hospitalized Friday for COVID-19, said Monday he would be released from Walter Reed National Military Hospital later in the day.
Trump tweeted the news ahead of a scheduled press conference by his doctors to discuss his medical condition. White House physician Dr. Sean Conley said it had been 72 hours since his last fever and his breathing and oxygen levels have returned to normal. Conley confirmed the president would be released later Monday and be treated further at the White House medical unit.
Trump was airlifted to Walter Reed after he exhibited a high fever and a drop in blood oxygen levels. He received an experimental antibody treatment as