US President Donald Trump wore a white medical mask, a navy blue vest, a blue tie with white stripes and walked out of the military medical center at 6:38 p.m. on October 5 (5:38 a.m. on October 6, Hanoi time).

Donald Trump discharged from hospital

US President Donald Trump walked out of Walter Reed Military Medical Center in Maryland on the afternoon of October 5 (morning of October 6, Hanoi time).

Trump repeatedly raised his thumb to show that everything was fine, as well as raised his fist to show determination before getting into a black car and moving to the location where the Marine One helicopter was parked.

Upon arriving, the White House boss got out of the car, stopped for a moment to give the press a thumbs up again and boarded the helicopter.

After returning to the White House, Trump went up to the second floor alone while his bodyguards remained below.

Trump will continue to receive Covid-19 treatment at the White House, where there is a team of doctors and necessary medical equipment.

Donald Trump discharged from hospital

Donald Trump discharged from hospital

Trump returned to the White House and raised his hand in a military salute.

Trump previously announced on Twitter about his discharge from the hospital.

He also emphasized that he will soon return to the election campaign.

The announcement was made by Trump right before the press conference of the White House doctors’ team to update the President’s situation.

Donald Trump discharged from hospital

Trump raised his fist in front of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on the afternoon of October 5.

According to the medical team, the President is currently being treated with many drugs, including the antiviral drug Remdesivir, the steroid drug dexamethasone and an experimental antibody produced by Regeneron.

Trump, who is afraid of germs and dislikes hospitals, is said to have wished to leave Walter Reed and return to the White House as soon as possible.

American media does not rule out the possibility that Trump will have to return to the hospital, which could harm both his health and his re-election chances.

Conley on October 5 acknowledged that Trump may be most vulnerable between 7 and 10 days after being diagnosed, but affirmed that the President will receive `world-class` care from the unit.