First lady Melania Trump posted a personal essay on the White House site portraying her experience fighting Covid-19, which she tested positive for around fourteen days ago. The first lady likewise uncovered that her son, Barron Trump, 14, who the White House publicly affirmed at the time had tested negative. But now tested positive for the virus.
“Luckily he is a strong teenager and exhibited no symptoms,” she wrote in an official statement.
“In one way I was glad the three of us went through this at the same time so we could take care of one another and spend time together,” Melania wrote.
Trump was admitted to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center the very day he reported that he and Melania tested positive.
“We are in unprecedented times – and with the election fast approaching, it has been easy to get caught up in so much negative energy. It also cheered me to think of all the people I have met across our country and the world – and the goodness and compassion that exists if you seek it out. Our country has overcome many hardships and much adversity, and it is my hope COVID-19 will be another obstacle we will be able to tell future generations we overcame – and learned from in the process.” She Wrote.
The first lady was maskless at the Rose Garden, at the service to report Trump’s new Supreme Court justice nominee, an occasion that has since been named by Dr. Anthony Fauci as a potential “super spreader” of Covid-19.
On solo event, including an outing a month ago to New Hampshire, her first travel since the beginning of the pandemic, the first lady wore a mask, aside from when boarding and leaving her govt. airplane.
Since the diagnosis, the chief home staff has taken precautionary measures to keep themselves protected as well as other people, including wearing masks and using protective equipment.
The President has indicated little worry about spreading the infection, in any case, heading out lately to talk before crowds of thousands, and has baselessly guaranteed he is presently “immune” to the infection. He has additionally demonstrated little sympathy for other people, who have become sick or have lost loved ones to Covid-19, picking rather taunt those – especially his opponent, Joe Biden – who wear masks and practice social distancing among other CDC and public health care guidelines.