The United States President Donald Trump, yesterday, drove in a convoy amid cheers to supporters outside Walter Reed National Military Medical Centre before returning to his presidential suite.
The American leader also said he “learned a lot about COVID-19” during his stay.
Earlier in a press briefing, White House physician, Dr. Sean Conley, said Trump’s condition had improved.
He also revealed the President’s oxygen saturation levels dropped below 95 per cent twice, once each on Friday and Saturday.
Trump was equally given supplemental oxygen and was treated with a steroid – a substance that is usually deployed for severe cases of the virus.
Experts had thought the President’s health condition was grave, but yesterday’s discharge of the U.S. leader proved predictions wrong.
President Trump had said he was starting to feel better and would “be back soon” in a video posted on Twitter Saturday evening.
“I came here, wasn’t feeling so well. I feel much better now. I look forward to finishing up the campaign the way it was started,” he had said from a U.S. military hospital near Washington.