Former President Donald Trump was among those who tested positive for the virus when Covid-19 raised its head.
As president at the time, Trump desired a speedy and effective cure to the virus in order to continue his duties.
According to reports, he was administered eight medications, including Dexamethasone, Remdesivir, the monoclonal antibody from Regeneron, Zinc, Vitamin D, Famotidine, Melatonin, and Aspirin.
At the time, none of the antiviral medications had been proved effective against the virus.
After a brief hospital stay owing to the untested nature of the treatment, in typical Trump fashion, he returned to the White House to continue working as much as possible.
As with other viruses, the virus has undergone a mutation, becoming weaker and more infectious, and treatments have become more widespread.
President Joe Biden is approaching 80 years of age and has seen some physical challenges.
Now he has gotten the less severe type of Covid while in office.
In addition to competing for the support of people, Biden is also attempting to maintain his health.
In a recent Gallup survey, Biden’s disapproval rating was the lowest ever for a president at this time in his tenure, dating back to when World War II hero Dwight D. Eisenhower was president and the poll was first conducted.
In addition, he tested positive for Covid.
Thursday at a Rose Garden news conference at the White House, Vice President Biden informed reporters that he had been diagnosed with the virus.
Biden too felt compelled to criticize Trump.
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“When my predecessor got COVID, he had to get helicopter to Walter Reed Medical Center,” Biden said. “He was severely ill. Thankfully he recovered.”
“When I got COVID, I worked from upstairs of the White House and the offices upstairs for that five-day period,” he added, suggesting that he was tougher than Trump. CONTINUE READING…