Trump says in interview he no longer has COVID-19 and is not a transmission risk
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said in an interview with Fox News on Sunday that he is no longer out of COVID-19 and is no longer at risk of transmitting the virus as he prepares to return to major rallies on Monday to go on the campaign.
Trump said tests showed he would be able to return to campaigning without risk to others. His doctor said Saturday the president was not at risk of transmission but did not address whether he tested negative for the virus.
"I passed the highest test, passed the highest standards, and am in great shape," Trump said on the Fox News Channel. "It seems like I'm immune. I can go far from the basement."
(Adaptation by Rosalba O'Brien)
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