Infectious disease expert: President Trump has risk factors to worry about in coronavirus battle

An infectious disease expert at Westmed Medical Group says President Donald Trump faces several risk factors as he battles the coronavirus.
Dr. Sandra Kesh says the president's age, gender and weight could negatively impact his recovery.
President Trump is 74 years old, and Kesh says men have twice the mortality rate of women.
She says that although Trump is experiencing mild symptoms, he's not "out of the woods" yet.
"At this point he seems to have mild symptoms, but I think it's too soon to say whether this is going to be a severe infection or not," Kesh says.
She says he has to be very careful for the next week or two.
Kesh says Trump should be out of contact with other people for at least 10 days and potentially longer depending on how his symptoms progress.
"It reemphasizes the point that we all have to be careful," Kesh says. "Masks work, but we have to use them."