US President Trump Resumes Election Campaign after Physician says he Meets Criteria for Discontinuation of Isolation after COVID-19 Diagnosis

US President Trump's Physician indicates he meets criteria for safe discontinuation of isolation after COVID-19 diagnosis. 

U.S. President Donald Trump returns to the campaign trail on Monday, beginning a three-week push for the Nov. 3 elections.

President Trump spent three nights in the hospital for treatment for COVID-19. He said on Sunday, that he had fully recovered and was no longer infectious.

The Republican president, is 74 years old,  and running against the democratic challenger Joe Biden, aged 77.

COVID-19 has infected nearly 7.7 million people in the United States, with a low mortality rate of 214,000, however, restrictions have put millions out of work.

 11 close Trump aides have tested positive for the coronavirus.

Trump said in an interview for Fox News on Sunday, that he felt good and mentioned his physician's memo from Saturday saying he had taken a test showing he was no longer infectious.

"I passed the highest test, the highest standards, and I'm in great shape," Trump told Sunday Morning Futures.