Coronavirus USA: can Donald Trump spread it to anyone if he has antibodies?
Mr. Trump is currently infected with the virus and being contagious can easily spread it to the people around him who work in the White House.
Upon returning from Walter Reed Hospital to the White House, President Trump labored up to the balcony overlooking the South Lawn and took off his mask, horrifying medical experts and those who are trying to bring the Covid-19 pandemic under control. He wanted to show that he is above the virus, strong and healthy. He did neither.
Trump says he is immune
This flies in the face of medical knowledge that has been gathered over the course of the global pandemic with the U.S. having the most severe outbreak, thanks in large part to misinformation. According to a Cornell University study published in the New York Times, Mr. Trump is “the biggest driver of misinformation.” Currently over 210,000 people have died of Covid-19 and infections on the increase.
People can be re-infected
The CDC says you should continue to take all precautions when you go out in public even if you have already successfully overcome a Covid-19 infection. This includes washing hands, socially distancing and wearing a mask. This virus is difficult because in each individual it responds in a different way.