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Coronavirus / US / Trump's Virus #1261452

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 04, 2020
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Walter Reed Medical Center; Rachel SCott) The issue of the true nature of President Trump's condition with the coronavirus examined; details given about his treatment & the issue of how many people around Trump have the virus; scenes shown from news reports about many are testing positive, how the Saturday event with Amy Coney Barrett was likely a superspreader event. [In video, TRUMP - says this is the real school & I get it.] [Outside, President's physician Dr. Sean CONLEY - says he was trying to reflect the president's attitude: we were not hiding things; explains using oxygen.] [Yesterday, CONLEY - says he was not on oxygen.] The concern expressed by chief of staff Mark Meadows about Trump's condition noted. [CONLEY - clarifies Meadows' remarks.] [On Saturday, TRUMP - speaks about his medical condition.] ]Attended Trump rally, Charlie KOLEAN@= reacts to Trump having the coronavirus.] [Friday, former New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE - says no one was wearing masks at the debate prep.] Christie's virus treatment noted. The possibility of Trump returning to the White House tomorrow discussed.

(Studio: Tom Llamas; New York: Jennifer Ashton) The mysterious nature of coronavirus symptoms & the significance of giving the President a sterioid, which means his disease is not considered mild, discussed.

Llamas, Tom;
Medical, Walter Reed;
SCott, Rachel;
Ashton, Jennifer

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