WASHINGTON (Diya TV) — President Trump returned to the White House, leaving Walter Reed Medical Center where he received a unique set of experimental therapies for COVID-19. White House physicians say the President “met or exceeded” standard discharge protocol, but added he “is not entirely out of the woods yet.” After arriving at the White House, Trump was seen removing his mask when he got to the balcony. Over the weekend, the President went into a car to wave to supporters outside of the hospital, much to the chagrin of many infectious disease experts, who say the President is still very infectious. At least 18 people connected to Trump events over the last week have come down with the virus, with White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany the latest prominent member of the West Wing to contract it.

Nonprofit Indiaspora released “A Study of Poverty in the Indian American Population,” a report conducted by researchers Devesh Kapur and Jashan Bajwaat at Johns Hopkins University. They estimate 6.5 percent of the 4.2 million Indian Americans live in poverty.

Ravi Kapur contributed to this report.