What to know about Trump's coronavirus treatment regimen

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What a weekend.

Since being diagnosed with COVID-19 on Thursday, President Donald Trump has received a number of treatments. Those include an experimental antibody therapeutic from drugmaker Regeneron and the antiviral remdesivir.

On Sunday, White House physician Sean Conley said that Trump was feeling better, but noted that the president had received dexamethasone, a steroid usually reserved for patients with more serious cases, Aylin Woodward reported. Trump also received supplemental oxygen on Friday and Saturday.

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