News/Talk 95.1 & 790 KFYO logo
Enter your number to get our free mobile app

Last week President Donald Trump tested positive for the coronavirus pandemic. On Friday, the President was taken to Walter Reed Medical Center for extra care. According to press reports, the President needed oxygen on two different occasions before he was taken to Walter Reed. Reports also said doctors became concerned after the President's blood oxygen levels dropped.

When exactly the President contracted the virus is still officially unknown but many are pointing to the September 26th Rose Garden event at the White House when the President announced Amy Coney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee.

On Monday the President announced on Twitter that he would be leaving Walter Reed Medical Center to return to the White House. Trump's medical team said that while the President wasn't completely "out of the woods", it would be fine for him to return to the White House where he will be surrounded by medical personnel.

On my radio show Monday, I asked listeners if the President's positive diagnosis of COVID-19 had changed how they approach the virus in their daily lives. Are they more likely to wear masks and socially distance? Most listeners at the time said the President's diagnosis had zero impact on how they approached their everyday lives. Some said it was a reminder of just how easy it is to contract the virus.

What about you? Has the President's positive test changed what you do? Let us know in the poll below.



More From News/Talk 95.1 & 790 KFYO