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President Donald Trump's physician said Friday night that the president is doing very well as it was confirmed that Trump had been given, an antiviral medication, after being admitted to Walter Reed Military Medical Center. The first dose of the experimental Ebola drug was administered after an adviser claimed there is 'reason for concern' as the president had trouble breathing' following his positive coronavirus test. 'This is serious, the source told stating that Trump was 'very tired, very fatigued'. The president gave a 'thumbs up' as he walked from the White House to Marine One to be airlifted to hospital on Friday evening. He waved to reporters on the South Lawn but didn't speak. He walked on his own with no help. Chief of Staff Mark Meadows was with him, also wearing a mask. Several senior White House staffers, including press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, were on the lawn to watch the president's departure. They were also wearing masks, an unusual image for the Trump White House. The White House said he was being admitted for tests 'out of an abundance of caution' after he developed a fever, congestion and a cough. He is expected to remain in hospital for a few days' where he will continue working, they added. White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah confirmed that Trump had not transferred power to Vice President Mike Pence, despite his hospitalization. 'The president is in charge, sheet said.