NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 03, 2020
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(Walter Reed Medical Center: Kelly O'Donnell) The questions about President Trump being sick with the coronavirus examined; scenes shown of 10 doctors outside the Walter Reed Medical Center; details given about when he was diagnosed, when he was on oxygen, his treatment. [Physician to the president Dr. Sean CONLEY@- speaks about his progress; states indications came on Thursday, that he is not on oxygen now.] Trump tweet about his care quoted. The presence of Trump supporters outside the hospital discussed.
(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart; no location given: John Torres) The possible trajectory & treatment of Trump's virus & what "clinical indications" mean discussed.
(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.
(Washington: Geoff Bennett) Breaking news that former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been hospitalized with coronavirus while others in the administration's inner circle have tested positive featured; scenes shown of Christie at the Rose Garden event for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, of those now infected: Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway, Governor Mike Lee, Senator Thom Tillis, Notre Dame president John Jenkins, adviser Hope Hicks, campaign manager Bill Stepien%, RNC chairwoman Ronna McDaniel; details given about the events attended by Trump. [NBC's Dr Irwin REDLENER@- says the Saturday event at the White House had terrible optics for the virus spread.] The contact tracing of those exposed discussed.
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