White House physician Dr. Sean Conley said President Donald Trump has no symptoms and his vital signs are stable Tuesday.
Trump returned to the White House Monday after being admitted to Walter Reed Military Medical Center as a "precautionary measure" Friday.
White House physician Dr. Sean Conley said on Monday that, while Trump is "not out of the woods" yet, he meets the criteria for discharge.
In a video statement late Sunday, Trump thanked his medical team and said, "I've learned a lot about COVID and I've learned it by really going to school. This is the real school. This isn't the 'let's read the book school.'"
On Sunday, Conley said that the President had experienced “two episodes of transient drops in his oxygen saturation levels.”
According to Conley, the President received a dose of dexamethasone on Saturday in addition to the five-day course of remdesivir. Trump is expected to receive his fifth dose of remdesivir at the White House Tuesday.
As markets continue to digest every update on the president's health, here's what we know about other major Trump officials and recent contacts:
- Vice President Mike Pence - Tested Negative as of Oct. 4, 2020.
- Chief of Staff Mark Meadows - Tested Negative on Oct. 5
- Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin - Tested Negative on Oct. 5
- Attorney General William Barr- Tested Negative on Oct. 4
- Former Vice President Joe Biden - Tested Negative on Oct. 4
- Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany - Tested Positive on Oct. 5
- Hope Hicks, Top Aide - Tested Positive on Oct. 1
- RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel - Tested Positive on Sept. 30
- FLOTUS Melania Trump - Tested Positive on Oct. 2
- Kellyanne Conway, advisor - Tested Positive on Oct. 2
- Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie - Tested Positive on Oct. 3
- Bill Stepien, Trump campaign manager - Tested Positive on Oct. 2
Katherine Ross contributed reporting to this article. You can follow Katherine Ross on Twitter at @byKatherineRoss.