The White House’s top doctor just confirmed the rumors. President Donald Trump has it and millions of people are completely stunned. This could change everything.
“Of note today, the president’s labs demonstrated detectable levels of SARS-CoV-2 IgG (COVID-19) antibodies from labs drawn Monday, October 5th,” wrote Trump’s physician, Dr. Sean Conley.
Antibodies, of course, are a sign of immunity — whether temporary or permanent — from a particular virus. The antibodies attack and fight off the virus, preventing it from infecting one’s body.
Interestingly enough, however, a test later in the week did not show any present antibodies — and Conley didn’t elaborate on why this could be the case in his short statement to the press.
The simplest answer is that Trump’s body has been recovering this week, with antibodies fighting off the virus on Monday and disappearing by Thursday’s blood test when the virus was no longer a threat.
Now, Trump is looking ahead to the next presidential debate with Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. He has also made it clear (and rightly so) that he isn’t interested in a virtual debate.
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