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Trump Steps Up Protocol To Keep Himself From Getting COVID-19

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Trump Steps Up Protocol To Keep Himself From Getting COVID-19

Trump Steps Up Protocol To Keep Himself From Getting COVID-19

Despite his dismissal of the virus, President Donald Trump is worried he may be infected by COVID-19.

According to CNN, he’s taking steps to protect himself to maintain his image that the virus is controlled.

Every place Trump goes to is inspected for possible areas of contagion and his designated bathroom is sanitized thoroughly.

Staff also maintain a close account of who Trump will come into contact with and gives them tests.

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