Donald Trump relocates to the White House to continue his COVID-19 treatment | DW News

Donald Trump relocates to the White House to continue his COVID-19 treatment | DW News

US President Donald Trump relocated from Walter Reed Medical Center on Monday evening following four days of emergency treatment for COVID-19. A mask-wearing Trump emerged from the front doors of the hospital, flashing a thumbs-up at reporters as he boarded Marine One for a short helicopter ride back to the White House — which he left on Friday after testing positive for COVID-19 and falling ill.
Upon arrival at the White House, Trump quickly removed his mask for a photo-op with photographers and saluted. The president continued to leave it off as staffers approached to greet him. In a video statement recorded on the White House balcony, a mask-less Trump downplayed the effects of the virus, telling Americans to "get out there."
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