- Doctors have refused to release information about Trump’s bloodwork after treatment for COVID-19
- Trump will receive further treatment at the White House medical unit
- Trump is 74 and overweight, two factors that place him in a high-risk category for developing complications
[This article has been updated at 9:00 p.m. ET]
President Trump on Monday returned to the White House after spending three nights at Walter Reed National Military Hospital. In front of cameras at the Truman Balcony, Trump took off his mask and put it in his right pocket, gave thumbs up and a long salute to Marine One.
The president’s physician, Dr. Sean Conley, said Monday that Trump was not “out of the woods yet.”
Trump, who will continue to receive treatment for COVID-19, was airlifted to the hospital Friday after developing symptoms, including high fever and falling blood oxygen levels. He has been treated with an