US President Donald Trump, who was discharged from the hospital the day before after being treated for coronavirus, is doing well and has not reported any symptoms. This is announced in a statement by US White House physician Sean Conley, released by White House Press Secretary Kaylee McEnany on Twitter page.
Dr Sean Conley said in a statement the president's vital signs and physical exam remain stable.
"Overall he continues to do extremely well," Dr Conley said.
He added that Mr Trump's oxygen saturation level - an indicator in treating the disease - is at 95% to 97%, within the normal range.
As we reported, US President Donald Trump, who was diagnosed with the coronavirus last week, said he was being discharged from the hospital on October 5.
"I will leave the wonderful Walter Reed Medical Center at 6:30 pm. Feeling really good! Don't be afraid of Covid. Don't let this dominate your life," Trump said.