Washington, October 4
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows revealed that President Donald Trump’s condition on Friday was far worse than officials had made public, saying doctors recommended Trump go to the hospital after seeing he had a fever and his blood oxygen level dropped rapidly.
Meadows made the comments in an interview with a media outlet. “I can tell you this the biggest thing we see is with no fever now, and with him doing really well with his oxygen saturation levels,” Meadows said.
Over 10K new daily cases in Russia, UK
- Covid cases in Russia hit a new record on Sunday with the government reporting 10,499 new cases, taking the country’s cases to 1.2 million.
- UK too reported 12,872 cases on Saturday. PM Boris Johnson warned of a “bumpy” ride till Christmas
“Yesterday morning, we were really concerned by that. He had a fever, and his oxygen level had dropped rapidly. Yet in typical style, this president was up and walking around.” White House officials including Meadows said on Friday that Trump was experiencing “mild symptoms” and continuing to work.
“The President has made unbelievable improvements since yesterday morning,” he added.— Reuters