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President Donald Trump is "doing very well" but will remain in hospital at Walter Reed National Military Medical Cente his physician, Sean Conley, has confirmed.
Dr Sean Conley addressed media outside Walter Reed Hospital and confirmed Trump is doing "very well" following his coronavirus hospital admission.
He said the President is "extremely grateful" for all the support he has received and thanked media professionals for their care.
Asked when Trump may be discharged, Dr Conley said he does not want to put a date on it but said he is currently receiving a 5-day treatment.
Dr Conley confirmed Trump had a mild cough, nasal congestion, fatigue on Thursday, but said he has not experienced a fever and is not receiving oxygen.
Dr Conley said Trump is not having problems breathing or walking around, and told doctors "I feel like I could walk out of here today."
The doctor described this comment as an "encouraging comment" and said the team is evaluation whether he needs to be here "every day."
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