This is going to make your day.
Not only did our President defeat COVID, he just announced that he'd love to donate his plasma (with antibodies) to treatment efforts.
Watch him make the announcement right here:
This is amazing on multiple levels but mostly because it makes this hilarious Meme a possible reality:
CBS News had more info:
President Trump said Friday that he plans to donate plasma after battling COVID-19. During his first on-camera interview since being diagnosed with coronavirus last week, the president also said that he is "medication-free" but that he doesn't know the results of his most recent coronavirus test.
About donating plasma, he said "I will. Nobody's asked me that question, actually, but I will. If that's, if they want me to do it, I'd love to do it," the commander-in-chief told Fox News during a remote interview from the White House.
In convalescent plasma therapy, doctors collect plasma from donors who have recovered from COVID-19 and give it to patients who are still fighting to survive. It has been used across the country as a treatment for COVID-19 after the Food and Drug Administration approved its use in August.
FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn said in August that early trials indicated a 35% better chance of survival when convalescent plasma is used in "optimal patients." Potential donors must have previously tested positive for COVID-19 and have since recovered, having had no symptoms for at least two weeks.
During the "tele-visit" with Dr. Marc Siegel, Mr. Trump also said that he is not currently taking any medication.
"Right now, I'm medication free," he said. "I'm not taking any medications as of probably eight hours ago. So, I'm medication free which, frankly, makes me feel good. I don't like medication."
The president revealed that when he checked into Walter Reed Medical Center, he "didn't feel vert strong" and "didn't feel like the president of the U.S. should feel." He said that he had congestion in his lungs during his hospital stay, but added that, "with each day, it got better."
He said he didn't have difficulty breathing — despite that he was put on supplemental oxygen.