Donald Trump has “had a restful first night at home” and has reported no symptoms of COVID-19 today, his White House doctor has said.
Dr Sean Conley said in a statement the president’s “vital signs and physical exam remain stable”.
“Overall he continues to do extremely well,” Dr Conley added.
US President Donald Trump and aide, Hope Hicks
Mr Trump, who tweeted that he was “feeling really good!” on Monday, spent three nights in hospital at the Walter Reed Medical Centre.
Mr Trump – who is still infectious – appeared to be breathless upon his return to the White House.
He was diagnosed with COVID-19 on Thursday evening, a day after one of the president’s closest advisers, Hope Hicks, had displayed symptoms of the virus and later tested positive.
Other staffers, including White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, have also tested positive for the illness.
Shortly after his return, the US president released two videos, telling Americans to “get out there” and “don’t be afraid” of COVID-19 – despite the more than 210,000 coronavirus-related deaths recorded so far in the US.
“We’re going back to work, we’re going to be out front… I know there is a risk, there is a danger, but that’s ok,” he said.
Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany has also caught COVID-19