Earlier in the day (around 11 a.m.), White House president doctor Sean Conley gave a briefing on Trumps latest situation at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. He said trump was in good shape and had no fever or dyspnea in the past 24 hours. But Conley also said it was unable to give a timetable for Trumps discharge. Conley also said that medical staff are closely monitoring the president for complications, and he is not currently breathing oxygen or suffering from dyspnea.
In the early hours of the 2nd local time, trump tweeted that he and the first lady Melania had tested positive for the new coronavirus. On March 3, trump went to Walter Reed military hospital for further treatment. According to a person familiar with the situation, trump was shocked after the positive results of the new crown test came out, and he became more alert and worried about his symptoms after he developed symptoms such as fever overnight, according to a person familiar with the situation.