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"Canadian Live Network lahoo.ca Wang Tianlin Review"The events that have shocked the world over U.S. President Donald Trump's infection with COVID-19 are still a mystery, but in any case, it's clear that his popularity has risen a lot and may have helped him in the election, but on the other hand, the worry is that the White House may have a super-spread.
Polls are bucking the trend
Although Mr. Trump has confirmed COVID-19, he is running against Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in the polls, according to a new poll released by the Democratic Institute, a U.S. think tank. The agency has successfully predicted Brexit and the election of Trump as U.S. president in 2016.
Trump thanked his supporters on Twitter. (Photo: Twitter)
Trump is polling nationwide46% supportthat beat Biden by 45 percent. He won 47 percent of the six key swing states, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, surpassing Biden's 43 percent.Polls also predict that Mr. Trump could end up with 320 electoral votes, while Mr. Biden would have 218。
Ivanka posted a photo of Trump's work. (Photo: Twitter)
Mr. Trump's illness did give him some "gains" from previous polls, and his daughter, Ivanka Trump, tweeted a photo of her father working in a hospital room on Saturday night, October 3, writing, "Nothing can stop him from working for the American people."
The illness is still as foggy as it is
However, Mr. Trump's illness remains the focus of attention, but in this regard, different White House officials have different views on his health, making it impossible to 凖 the extent of Mr. Trump's illness.
There have been U.S. media reporters broke the news:After his infection, Mr. Trump kept asking those around him if they would dieAt least at the beginning of the diagnosis, at least, Mr. Trump himself felt seriously.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows also told reporters on Saturday, October 3rd, that Mr Trump's vital signs over the past 24 hours were "very worrying" and that the next 48 hours would be crucial.For now, Mr. Trump is still in full recovery.
Another source told reporters,Mr. Trump had oxygen before he was admitted to the hospital. Before the decision to hospitalize Mr. Trump was made, he developed symptoms of breathing difficulties and decreased oxygen levels。
Conley talks about Trump's illness. (Photo: AP)
It looks serious, but according to AFP, the White House doctor saidSean ConleyOn Sunday, October 4th, the President of the United StatesTrump is "in good shape" and could be discharged from the hospital as soon as Monday and return to the White House for further treatment.
Conley said That Trump, who was infected with COVID-19, had a high fever on the 2nd and developed breathing difficulties on the 3rd, and his blood oxygen level dropped to 93%, so the medical team decided to hospitalize him.He admitted to using the auxiliary oxygen and steroid anti-inflammatory drug dexamethasone against Trump., and also with a second dose of Redsiway treatment, after treatment, the current blood oxygen concentration has been recovered to 98%, also no longer fever. Conley said Trump's situation continues to improve and his life signs are stable.
Mr. Trump's health care team said late Saturday, October 3, that he would spend most of Saturday afternoon"On duty and there is no problem moving around the ward"。
On Saturday night, Trump recorded a video about four minutes long at the hospital and posted it on Twitter. Mr. Trump said he "didn't feel that good" when he first arrived at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
He added: "Over the next few days, I think it will be a real test, so we'll see what happens in the next few days." But he believes he "will be back soon."
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