'Increasing level of concern': Trump hospitalized with Covid-19
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta gives his reaction to the antibody treatment that the White House says President Donald Trump is receiving for Covid-19.
President Trump announced in a tweet on Friday that he and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the coronavirus. The tweet sparked a flurry of messages from other world leaders, including British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was diagnosed with COVID-19 himself back in March. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata joined CBSN with more on Johnson's battle with the virus and how the British government handled it. US President Donald Trump is being treated at a military hospital after testing positive for COVID-19. He's expected to remain at Walter Reed Medical Center for several days. Trump's doctor says he is taking the anti-viral drug Remdesivir. Earlier White House officials said the hospitalization was only a "precautionary measure" and Trump would continue his presidential duties. Los Angeles Times staff writers on the election 2020 team discuss the presidential race in the wake of the pandemic and President Trump being hospitalized with COVID-19 and his recently announced release. U.S. President Donald Trump addressed the public in person on Saturday for the first time since he was diagnosed with COVID-19.