New York magazine mentioned that on September 30, Hicks accompanied trump to Minnesota to participate in campaign activities in the Navy helicopter No.1, accompanied by a number of trump assistants, including White House deputy director of communications Dan scarvino, White House Oval Office operations director Nicholas Luna, senior adviser Jared Kushner and senior adviser Stephen Miller Etc. These people may be at risk of exposure.
During the campaign that day, the crowd was very dense, and most of the supporters did not wear masks. This makes it almost impossible to find exactly how many people are exposed to the virus. At the same time, because it is not clear when trump was infected, it is not known who he contacted during the period between infection and diagnosis.
Trumps last public appearance was on the afternoon of October 1, when he returned to the White House after a fundraising event in New Jersey. CNN said he did not appear to be ill, but he did not speak to reporters.