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Trump says he feels ‘great’ and is symptomless: White House doctor

President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump and Biden’s plans would both add to the debt, analysis finds Trump says he will back specific relief measures hours after halting talks Trump lashes out at FDA over vaccine guidelines MORE reports feeling “great” and experiencing no symptoms less than six days after being diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, according to a memo from the White House physician issued Wednesday.

“The President this morning says ‘I feel great!’ His physical exam and vital signs, including oxygen saturation and respiratory rate, all remain stable and in normal range,” White House physician Sean Conley wrote in the memo released Wednesday afternoon.

“He’s now been fever-free for more than 4 days, symptom-free for over 24 hours, and has not needed nor received any supplemental oxygen since initial hospitalization,” Conley wrote.

Conley also said that Trump’s lab results from Monday showed “demonstrated detectable levels” of COVID-19 antibodies.

The memo did not contain specific information about what medication the president is currently taking.

Trump was supposed to receive his fifth final dose of remdesivir on Tuesday and his medical team said over the weekend that they planned to keep him on dexamethasone, a steroid used to treat inflammation that has been used on seriously ill coronavirus patients. He was also given an experimental antibody cocktail made by Regeneron last week, following his diagnosis.

Wednesday marked the second day in a row that Trump reporting no symptoms from his coronavirus infection. Trump and first lady Melania TrumpMelania TrumpDemocratic Rep. Carbajal tests positive for COVID-19 Biden: ‘We shouldn’t have’ second debate if Trump still has COVID-19 Overnight Defense: Top military officers quarantine after positive COVID case | Distracted pilot, tech issues led to F-35 crash MORE were first diagnosed on Thursday; the president was transported to Walter Reed National Military