With the announcement, there is also new information on corona tests of the president. The station said that a PCR test was taken on trump on tuesday, which was analyzed at the national institutes of health research center by immunologist anthony fauci and others. It was determined "with a high degree of certainty" that trump was no longer contagious. Trump’s personal physician, sean conley, had previously based this conclusion primarily on rapid antigen tests, which are considered less reliable.
Thursday was supposed to be the second candidates’ debate, also a question and answer session with voters. But plans were thrown into disarray when president trump contracted covid-19. The commission announced last week that it would hold the debate online instead of bringing the candidates together in one room. Trump then cancelled his participation. Biden then scheduled his own TV event.
The first debate between the candidates was remembered for its chaotic verbal exchanges. Trump in particular kept interrupting biden and moderator chris wallace.