In the past week, Trump campaigned across several states, attending events with thousands of people present.
In the six days before being hospitalized after testing positive for COVID-19, President Donald Trump debated Joe Biden, introduced his nominee to the Supreme Court, attended two fundraisers, and exhorted an estimated 5,000 people at two campaign rallies.
Trump was flown to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, late Friday as a precautionary measure, officials said. A spokesman said Friday that the president had “mild symptoms” but was feeling “energetic.”
Trump and his wife, Melania, announced their test results early Friday morning. The first lady is quarantining at the White House.
The disclosure set off a flurry of coronavirus tests for people traveling with Trump and those he visited.
Who has tested positive?
Where did Trump travel?
The president has visited six cities in five states for events both public and private.
Did Trump attend large gatherings?
Trump appeared in front of crowds ranging in size from a dozen to thousands.
How did Trump travel to the events?
His long-distance travel has been with senior officials aboard Air Force One.
Shorter trips are made aboard Marine One.
Trump attended events where attendees did not wear masks
Saturday, Sept. 26
Trump introduced Amy Coney Barrett, his third nomination to the Supreme Court, in a Rose Garden ceremony with at least 100 people. He later flew to Middletown, Pennsylvania, for a reelection campaign rally.
Sunday, Sept. 27
The president played golf at his course in Potomac Falls, Virginia.
Monday, Sept. 28
Trump announced the administration’s plan to distribute 150 million Abbott rapid point-of-care coronavirus tests in the coming weeks and inspected a new electric pickup from Lordstown Motors, the former GM plant in Lordstown, Ohio.
Tuesday, Sept. 29
Trump traveled on Air Force one and debated Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden in Cleveland.
Wednesday, Sept. 30
The president attended a private fundraiser in Shorewood, Minnesota, in the afternoon and a rally in Duluth, Minnesota, that evening.
Thursday, Oct. 1
Trump spoke with attendees at a private fundraiser at the Trump National Golf Club Bedminster in Bedminster, New Jersey.
Friday, Oct. 2
The president was in Walter Reed while the first lady stays in isolation to recover. He will have to take precautions, including limited contact with U.S. officials in the line of succession.
At age 74, Trump’s age and weight put him into a higher risk category for more serious COVID-19 symptoms. The White House has not said how long the quarantine will last, but the CDC recommends people isolate for at least 10 days after symptoms start and 24 hours after fevers have broken.
Mitchell Thorson and Carlie Procell contributed to this report.
SOURCE Sikorsky Aircraft; USA TODAY research