Trump heads to golf club for first time since Coronavirus lockdown as Joe Biden wins the Democratic primary in the state of Hawaii after being postponed for more than a month due to the Coronavirus

US President Donald Trump went to the golf club for the first time in more than two months, practicing his favorite sport and at the same time showing how life can return to normal after staying at home taken to control the Coronavirus outbreak .

The US president arrived at the Trump National Golf Club in Virginia at 1030 local time yesterday, according to Bloomberg News.

The last time Trump went to a golf club was on March 8 in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Meanwhile, former US vice president, Joe Biden won the Democratic primary in Hawaii on Saturday, which was postponed for more than a month due to the Coronavirus.

US media reported that Biden beat Vermont Congressman Bernie Sanders by 63 percent to 37 percent, in elections in which more than 35,000 voters cast their ballots by mail.

The Democratic party primaries were scheduled for April 4, and most party members were expected to vote by mail and some to vote through about 20 personal polling stations across the state.

But concerns over the spread of the Coronavirus forced the party to announce last March the cancellation of personal voting plans and allowing only balloting.

It is noteworthy that the United States has so far recorded more than 1.6 million confirmed cases of Coronavirus and more than 96 thousand deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.