White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany is interviewed by Fox News on October 4 at the White House in Washington, DC.

White Home press secretary checks constructive for Covid-19



Dr. George Yancopoulos, founding scientist, president and chief scientific officer of Regeneron, stated that it wouldn’t be applicable to touch upon when the White Home acquired in contact to ask for the experimental Covid-19 therapy President Trump acquired.  

Yancopoulos stated on CNN on Monday that as doctor scientists, they respect affected person privateness and in doing so, go away questions like this to the affected person and their direct physicians.

“It’s not applicable for us to be commenting on issues like that,” Yancopoulos stated. 

When requested if that they had heard from the President’s crew over the weekend, Yancopoulos stated they hear the identical factor concerning the President as everybody else. 

“What we hear may be very a lot, I believe, what you’ve been listening to,” Yancopoulos stated. “That he’s been doing exceedingly properly, and that they’re very optimistic.” 

Bear in mind: The White Home confirmed medical doctors gave President Trump a single 8-gram dose of Regeneron’s experimental antibody remedy to deal with Covid-19.

Regeneron, a New York-based biotech firm, confirmed that it offered the drug in what’s generally referred to as a “compassionate use” request from the President’s physicians.

The remedy is named REGN-COV2; the corporate calls it a “cocktail” of two monoclonal antibodies.

Polyclonal antibodies are made utilizing a number of totally different immune cells, whereas monoclonal antibodies are made utilizing equivalent immune cells which can be clones of a particular mum or dad cell. 

To make its monoclonal antibody remedy, Regeneron scientists chosen two antibodies that finest neutralized a model of the novel coronavirus within the lab. They then cloned these antibodies and put it right into a therapy. Regeneron is utilizing two antibodies since they assume it can work finest because the virus mutates.

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Trump marketing campaign adviser could not clarify why Trump went to fundraiser after Hicks examined constructive


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“Saturday Evening Reside” returned to a dwell studio viewers at Studio 8H after months away due to coronavirus.

The NBC selection present opened with a sketch taking over this week’s presidential debate between President Trump, performed by Alec Baldwin, and former Vice President Joe Biden, who was performed by Jim Carrey.

“The next is a re-broadcast of Tuesday’s presidential debate, regardless that Tuesday feels 100 days in the past,” a voice stated opening the present. “We thought it was necessary to see it once more because it may be the one presidential debate. And it was fairly enjoyable to look at, so long as you do not dwell in America.”

Moderator Chris Wallace, performed by Beck Bennett, introduced out Baldwin’s Trump first.

“And you probably did take the Covid check that you simply promised to soak up advance, right?” Bennett’s Wallace requested.

“Completely, scout’s honor,” Baldwin’s Trump responded together with his fingers crossed.

Bennett’s Wallace then introduced out Carrey’s Biden.

“Only one second, Chris,” he stated, utilizing a tape measure to place sufficient house between himself and Baldwin’s Trump.

Bennett’s Wallace stated that it regarded like Carrey’s Biden was able to debate.

“Completely not,” he responded. “However I bought the start of 46 incredible concepts that I’ll or might not have entry to.”

Then the talk kicked off. Nevertheless, as an alternative of a debate it was simply Baldwin’s Trump and Carrey’s Biden yelling backwards and forwards at one another.

“Chris Wallace is imply, the economic system is imply. It retains dropping jobs, which is imply to me,” Baldwin’s Trump stated. He then referred to as the pandemic a hoax.

“That assertion is one thing that may most likely come again to hang-out me later this week,” he stated.

The present additionally took goal on the President’s situation.

“President Trump’s within the hospital from Covid, and I simply need to say my coronary heart goes out to Covid,” stated comic and host Chris Rock.


Private assistant to Trump exams constructive for coronavirus


Nicholas Luna, an assistant to the President, acts as one in every of his “physique males,” whose job is to accompany the President all through the day and night time, placing him in shut proximity to Trump, who introduced early Friday morning he and first woman Melania Trump had examined constructive.

The duties of a physique man vary from dealing with a president’s papers and speech texts to being prepared with all the pieces from briefing books to pens for autographs.

Bloomberg was the primary to report Luna’s constructive check.

The White Home had no remark.


President Trump took images, had roundtable with donors at fundraiser hours earlier than testing constructive for coronavirus


Trump attended three occasions on the fundraiser: an indoor roundtable, an indoor VIP reception — donors had a socially distant photograph alternative with him — and an out of doors reception, in response to an occasion invitation obtained by CNN.

Donors that gave $250,000 had been in a position to take part in a roundtable, photograph alternative and reception with the President, in response to the occasion invite. The roundtable included 18 donors, in response to a supply, and was held indoors at socially-distanced tables.

One other supply says that the attendees on the roundtable had been examined for coronavirus after they arrived and that nobody wore masks.

Three attendees advised CNN that most individuals on the occasions weren’t sporting masks; all three say they haven’t been contacted by any contact tracers.

The President introduced he and first woman Melania Trump examined constructive for coronavirus roughly eight hours after leaving the fundraiser, when he was again on the White Home.

CNN has obscured a portion of this document to block an email address.

The choice to journey and take part within the fundraiser regardless of the information of being uncovered to the coronavirus is one other instance of the White Home and administration’s lackadaisical method to masks sporting and Covid-19 prevention insurance policies.

An hour and a half earlier than the fundraiser, some senior employees and the President had been knowledgeable Hope Hicks had examined constructive for coronavirus, White Home chief of employees Mark Meadows advised reporters on Friday.

The choice was made to nonetheless maintain the fundraiser regardless of Trump’s publicity; attendees say they weren’t notified the President had been uncovered to Covid-19.

Arriving at 2:33 p.m., the President then attended the indoor and outside occasions.

If donors gave, or raised, $50,000, they had been invited to a photograph alternative with Trump.

The 2 attendees from Texas who participated within the photograph alternative mentioned that they had been examined for coronavirus earlier than arriving on the VIP reception the place they took their photograph with the President.

Here are the Cabinet members and others around Trump who have been tested

They mentioned every individually conversed with Trump for lower than a minute whereas the photograph was taken and maintained six toes of distance. The attendees on the VIP reception didn’t put on masks, they mentioned, however occasion employees did.

The third occasion the President participated in was an out of doors reception open to all donors. New Jersey resident Katherine Hermes advised CNN that Trump stood at a podium, socially distant from the attendees, and held a query and reply session.

She and the Texas attendees say they had been stored in two teams, separated by barricades.

Questions requested by the donors ranged from why there had not been arrests and legal prosecutions of main Democrats to marketing campaign technique, in response to Hermes. In response to the query about arrests and prosecutions, she remembers Trump responding that there was a lot he could not inform the gang.

The group nearer to the President had been examined for coronavirus; Hermes’ group was solely current for the outside reception and solely obtained temperature checks and was stored additional away.

The 2 teams didn’t intermingle and most attendees in each teams weren’t sporting masks, in response to Hermes and the Texas attendees.

Marketing campaign emailed attendees after President exams constructive

On Friday at midday, the Trump marketing campaign emailed attendees formally notifying them the President examined constructive for coronavirus.

“We sadly write at present to inform you that, as you have got in all probability seen, President Trump confirmed late final evening that he and the First Girl had been examined for COVID-19 and produced constructive take a look at outcomes,” the e-mail, obtained by CNN, reads. “Out of an abundance of warning, we need to name this to your consideration.”

The e-mail went on to encourage attendees to contact their medical supplier in the event that they, or their family members, develop Covid-19 signs. It didn’t make any point out of quarantining or self-isolation however did suggest attendees go to the CDC’s web site.
On Twitter, New Jersey Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy really useful that fundraiser attendees quarantine and get examined for coronavirus.
What you should do if you or a loved one tests positive for Covid-19

The 2 Texas attendees mentioned they’d be self-isolating and have been examined for coronavirus. Hermes advised CNN she was solely current for the outside speech, and wouldn’t quarantine or get examined, saying, “I used to be nowhere close to the person.”

CNN’s Kevin Liptak and Jeremy Diamond contributed to this report.


Cam Newton of the New England Patriots has examined optimistic for Covid-19, studies say


Each retailers reported Newton has been positioned on the Covid-19 reserve checklist.

“Late final night time, we acquired discover {that a} Patriots participant examined optimistic for Covid-19,” the assertion mentioned. “The participant instantly entered self-quarantine. A number of extra gamers, coaches and workers who’ve been in shut contact with the participant acquired level of care assessments this morning and all have been detrimental for COVID-19.”

The Patriots mentioned it was in “shut session with the NFL, in addition to our workforce of impartial medical doctors and specialists.”

“The well being and security of our workforce, in addition to our opponent, are of highest precedence,” the assertion mentioned.

In its personal assertion, the NFL mentioned it was going to reschedule the Patriots-Kansas Metropolis Chiefs recreation — initially set for Sunday — to both Monday or Tuesday, following “optimistic Covid-19 assessments on each groups.”

“In session with infectious illness consultants, each golf equipment are working intently with the NFL and the (NFL Gamers Affiliation) to guage a number of shut contacts, carry out extra testing and monitor developments,” the league mentioned.

Per NFL-NFL Gamers Affiliation coverage, golf equipment will not be permitted to touch upon a participant’s medical standing aside from referring to roster standing. Golf equipment might not disclose whether or not a participant is in quarantine or is optimistic for Covid-19.

Newton’s agent has not responded to CNN’s request for remark.

Newton, 31, signed with the Patriots as a free agent this summer time. In response to ESPN, Newton’s prognosis was the primary time the Patriots had been impacted by Covid-19 this season, which returned final month with quite a lot of modifications as a result of pandemic.
Additional Covid-19 cases force NFL to move postponed game to later in season

The Patriots-Chiefs recreation was not the primary to be rescheduled this weekend. The Tennessee Titans’ Sunday recreation in opposition to the Pittsburgh Steelers was rescheduled to October 25 after the Titans introduced a flurry of optimistic assessments throughout the group.

Sixteen members of the Titans — eight gamers and eight workers — have examined optimistic.

NFL officers and members of the NFL gamers union toured the Titans’ headquarters at Nissan Stadium in Nashville to collect data following optimistic assessments, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy instructed CNN. The league doesn’t anticipate sharing its findings.


Chris Christie exams optimistic for Covid-19


“I simply obtained phrase that I’m optimistic for COVID-19,” Christie wrote. “I need to thank all of my buddies and colleagues who’ve reached out to ask how I used to be feeling within the final day or two. I will likely be receiving medical consideration at present and can maintain the mandatory of us apprised of my situation.”

Christie was amongst a gaggle of senior Trump marketing campaign staffers who had been examined Friday following information of the President’s optimistic analysis.

Here are the Cabinet members and others around Trump who have been tested

Trump early Friday morning introduced that he had examined optimistic for Covid-19, days after holding a Supreme Courtroom nomination ceremony final Saturday for Decide Amy Coney Barrett and attending his first presidential debate towards former Vice President Joe Biden in Cleveland on Tuesday.

Different members of the President’s debate prep group and inside circle have since introduced they’ve examined optimistic for the virus.

Former White Home counselor Kellyanne Conway, who attended the Rose Backyard nomination ceremony and helped with debate prep periods, introduced Friday that she had examined optimistic. Trump’s marketing campaign supervisor, Invoice Stepien, examined optimistic for Covid-19 Friday night time, in line with an official.

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Sen. Ron Johnson exams constructive for coronavirus


“Senator Johnson was uncovered to somebody who examined constructive for covid-19 on Sept. 14. He stayed in quarantine for 14 days with out creating signs and examined unfavourable twice throughout that point. He returned to Washington on Sept. 29 and shortly after was uncovered to a person who has since examined constructive. After studying of this publicity, the senator was examined yesterday afternoon. This check got here again constructive,” Johnson spokesman Ben Voelkel stated in a press release.

Voelkel stated Johnson “feels wholesome and isn’t experiencing signs” and can isolate till cleared by his physician.

Many of the workers within the Republican senator’s Washington workplace have been working remotely, and the workplace will go all-virtual for the quick future, Voelkel stated.

Sens. Mike Lee of Utah and Thom Tillis of North Carolina examined constructive for Covid-19 on Friday.

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Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., walks through the Senate subway after a vote on the Senate floor at the Capitol in Washington on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020.

Sen. Ron Johnson exams optimistic for Covid-19


President Donald Trump arrives at Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland on October 2, after testing positive for COVID-19.
President Donald Trump arrives at Walter Reed Medical Heart in Bethesda, Maryland on October 2, after testing optimistic for COVID-19. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Photographs

President Donald Trump adopted within the steps of a number of of his predecessors when he was admitted to the hospital on Friday, a day after his optimistic coronavirus take a look at.

Trump arrived Friday afternoon at Walter Reed Nationwide Navy Medical Heart, the place he shall be “working from the presidential places of work … for the subsequent few days,” press secretary Kayleigh McEnany stated.

It stays extraordinarily uncommon for a president to remain in a single day at a hospital, given the in depth medical amenities out there on the White Home. However Trump is not the primary president to take action, for quite a lot of causes.

A view of Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on October 2, 2020, in Bethesda, Maryland.
A view of Walter Reed Nationwide Navy Medical Heart on October 2, 2020, in Bethesda, Maryland. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Photographs)

Listed here are different presidents who’ve taken hospital stays throughout their tenures:

Grover Cleveland: In 1893, the nation was in an financial recession — and President Grover Cleveland wanted mouth surgical procedure. Docs took a pattern of a tumor with out revealing Cleveland’s identification, and suggested he have it eliminated. However some apprehensive that information of Cleveland’s surgical procedure would worsen the reeling financial system, and staying in an everyday hospital with out drawing public consideration appeared inconceivable.

So on a pal’s yacht, underneath the guise of a fishing journey, a workforce of docs sworn to secrecy carried out the surgical procedure, which in the end included eradicating bone from Cleveland’s left jaw. The President acquired a convincing prosthetic, and reporters had been informed that he was recovering from a chilly and a toothache. Regardless of a leak to the press in regards to the surgical procedure, the general public reportedly accepted the White Home’s account that the report was false, and Cleveland served out the remainder of his time period.

William McKinley: In 1901, President William McKinley was shot by anarchist Leon Czolgosz on the Pan American Exposition in Buffalo, New York. He was taken to the hospital on exposition grounds the place docs did not arrive for half an hour, in response to notes from the surgical procedure.

Regardless of the 2 pictures fired, McKinley reportedly felt “no explicit ache” after receiving morphine for the ache, and later ether as an anesthetic. Regardless of seemingly bettering after the surgical procedure, McKinley’s situation quickly started to worsen and he in the end died eight days after being shot.

Theodore Roosevelt: Three years out of workplace, Theodore Roosevelt — operating for a 3rd time period because the “Bull Moose Occasion” nominee after succeeding McKinley in workplace — was assembly supporters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, earlier than a speech when he was shot and wounded by New York saloon keeper John Schrank. Saved partly by his thick speech notes and eyeglasses case blocking the bullet, Roosevelt gave the speech, lasting practically an hour, in a bloody shirt earlier than agreeing to go to the hospital. He lived the remainder of his life with the bullet nonetheless inside his physique.

Dwight D. Eisenhower: President Dwight Eisenhower skilled a coronary heart assault in September 1955 whereas in Denver, struggling chest pains and being misdiagnosed with a gastrointestinal downside earlier than being taken to the hospital in a Secret Service automobile. The White Home initially downplayed the severity of the center assault, and cardiac consultants had been dropped at Denver because the President spent seven weeks within the hospital.

Eisenhower later wanted surgical procedure for Crohn’s illness in 1956 and suffered a stroke in 1957. However some students have argued that whereas the 1955 coronary heart assault drew questions on whether or not he was match to serve or run for reelection in 1956, the occasion in the end factored into motivating him to run for one more time period.

Ronald Reagan: In 1981, President Ronald Reagan was struck by a ricocheting bullet exterior the Hilton Resort when John Hinckley fired six pictures in lower than two seconds, hitting press secretary James Brady, Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and DC Police Officer Thomas Delahanty. Reagan was rushed to George Washington College Hospital in a split-second determination that presumably saved his life — the bullet penetrated inside an inch of the President’s coronary heart, filling one lung with blood.

After the assault, Reagan joked together with his spouse saying he “forgot to duck” and requested the attending docs in the event that they had been Republicans.


Trump at hospital after constructive coronavirus take a look at; Kellyanne Conway, two senators take a look at constructive



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