U.S. President Donald Trump, diagnosed with COVID-19 ten days ago, is apparently now symptom-free and almost ready to resume his public appearances.
In a brief memorandum Thursday, White House physician Sean Conley said Trump has completed his course of therapy and should be ready for public engagements by Saturday.
He explained that the President's physical exam remained stable and the treatment has had no adverse effects.
The question now is whether the next presidential debate, scheduled for October 15th will go ahead or not.
The Commission on Presidential Debates wants it to be held virtually, but that's a proposal Trump has already rejected, his campaign claiming there's no danger in holding it in person.