President Donald Trump of the United States of America is no longer considered a transmission risk to others after contracting Covid-19 nine days ago.
This was made known by his Physician, Sean Conley through a statement released on Saturday.
Conley, who has been heavily criticised for a lack of transparency with the public over the President’s situation added that Trump is no longer contagious.
He stated that the President met the Centre for Disease Control’s criteria for the safe discontinuation if isolation, noting that the sample conducted earlier in the day demonstrated that the President is no longer considered a transmission risk to others.
The Physician revealed it had been 10 days since Trump first began showing symptoms of Covid-19 and that latest tests show that there is no longer evidence of actively replicating virus in Trump.
Although he failed to state emphatically that the President is now virus-free, Conley revealed that the viral load of Trump was decreasing.
He said he would continue to monitor the health of the President following his return to official duties.