"Yes. No one has asked me this question yet, but I am ready. If they want me to do it, I will," Trump answered the question about his willingness to become a donor.
According to Trump, during his treatment at the Walter Reed military medical center, he was on the antibody-based drug Regeneron, and in 24 hours he began to feel better.
The President was treated for three and a half days, although he wanted to leave the hospital on the first day of his stay. The doctors insisted on longer treatment.
Trump was tested again, but results are still unknown. The president is sure that he completely got rid of the virus. Also, the head of the White House said that about eight hours ago he finally stopped taking medication.
As we reported, Donald Trump's physician, Sean Conley, said that the US president does not have symptoms of coronavirus, and tests showed that he has antibodies to Covid-19.