President Donald Trump remains at Walter Reed Medical Center as a "precautionary measure" and is on a five-day course of remdisivir treatment.
The president drew some controversy after taking a masked ride in his motorcade to wave to some of the supporters gathered outside of Walter Reed.
In a video statement late Sunday, Trump thanked his medical team and said, "I've learned a lot about COVID and I've learned it by really going to school. This is the real school. This isn't the 'let's read the book school.'"
On Sunday, Conley said that the President had experienced “two episodes of transient drops in his oxygen saturation levels.”
According to Conley, the President received a dose of dexamethasone on Saturday in addition to the five-day course of remdesivir.
Dr. Brian Garibaldi, another member of Trump's medical team, said next steps for the president include eating and walking. Garibaldi said the president could be discharged to the White House as soon as Monday.
As of Monday morning, a decision about President Trump's discharge from Walter Reed could be announced later Monday afternoon.
Jim Cramer said that the polls could be wrong about Trump, just like they were in 2016. And, on top of that, he's looking at how Boris Johnson's approval rating went up after the British Prime Minister battled COVID-19.
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