It all comes less than a month before the 2020 presidential election.
Trump, meanwhile, is promising a return to the campaign trail, even though it’s not clear when he’ll recover from the virus.
Here’s a look back at the last 11 days:
Saturday: Trump nominates Barrett to the Supreme Court
The event brought in prominent supporters and Senate allies from across the country, most of whom declined to wear a face mask. Cameras captured audience members in the Rose Garden sitting close together and some were seen greeting one another with close hugs and kisses.
Sunday and Monday: New York Times publishes the Trump taxes story, backlash ensues
In both the year he won the presidency and his first year in the White House, Trump paid just $750 in federal income taxes, the Times reported.
Detailing payments gleaned from more than two decades of tax information, the Times report outlines extensive financial losses and years of tax avoidance that deal a blow to the business-tycoon brand Trump has built his political career on.
Trump has denied the Times’ reporting and claimed that he pays “a lot” in federal income taxes.
The report also fueled fresh attacks on the President in the final weeks of the presidential campaign, including Tuesday’s presidential debate.
Tuesday: The first presidential debate of 2020
Trump and Biden took part in the first US presidential debate on Tuesday.
And once again, the President questioned the legitimacy of the election results and continued misleading attacks on voting by mail.
“If it’s a fair election, I am 100% on board. But if I see tens of thousands of ballots being manipulated, I can’t go along with that,” Trump said.
Wednesday: Trump holds a rally in Minnesota, his aide gets sick on Air Force One
Thursday: Trump holds a fundraiser in New Jersey despite aide’s coronavirus diagnosis
Sometime after his return from Bedminster, Trump received a preliminary positive coronavirus rapid test result.
Friday: Trump heads to Walter Reed
The President was initially being treated within the White House, but Friday afternoon, the President boarded Marine One en route to Walter Reed Military Medical Center, where White House officials said he would stay for treatment for a few days.
Saturday: White House doctors hold a news conference
After the briefing, a White House official offered a more alarming assessment of Trump’s health to reporters, saying: “The President’s vitals over the last 24 hours were very concerning … We are still not on a clear path to a full recovery.”
Later, The Associated Press and The New York Times identified that official as White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.
Sunday: Trump takes a drive outside the hospital to wave at supporters
One of the physicians treating Trump, Dr. Brian Garibaldi, said Sunday the President is being given the steroid drug dexamethasone as part of his Covid-19 treatment.
Sealed inside an SUV with Secret Service agents donning masks, eye protection and gowns, Trump — also masked — waved at supporters alongside the road.
Agents have tested positive for the virus while traveling for the President’s political rallies, which he insisted on maintaining even against federal health guidelines. As employees self-quarantine or isolate in place, others have been forced to work longer hours to fill the void.
Monday: Trump returns to the White House
The President announced that he would be leaving the hospital Monday afternoon via Twitter.
Conley said that Trump’s condition “continued to improve” and “met or exceeds all standard hospital discharge criteria.” Conley also acknowledged that the President “may not be entirely out of the woods yet,” but said Trump’s current condition supported a “safe return home.”
Trump, who continued to be heavily medicated, appeared to be breathing with some difficulty on Monday evening after he mounted the South Portico steps to pose for cameras while saluting his Marine One helicopter. A White House official and a separate source close to the White House said there remain lingering health concerns, even after Trump returned home.
Tuesday: CNN poll has largest Biden lead yet, Trump resumes tweeting
Among likely voters, 57% say they back Biden and 41% Trump in the poll that was conducted entirely after the first debate and mostly after the President’s coronavirus infection was made public.
The White House did not announce any public events for the President’s first full day out of the hospital. And offices once buzzing with activity within the White House complex amid the pandemic were largely empty, as many decamped to work from home or quarantined following multiple positive coronavirus test results from the President’s closest aides.
“Will be back on the Campaign Trail soon!!! The Fake News only shows the Fake Polls,” Trump wrote, responding to CNN’s latest poll.
The President also declared that he would be attending next week’s presidential debate in Miami, despite his uncertain prognosis and the potential that he could still be contagious by then. In another tweet, he wrote, “FEELING GREAT!”
Wednesday: Vice presidential debate
Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris are set to face off at a debate Wednesday night.
It will mark the candidates’ first face-to-face since Trump’s diagnosis.
CNN’s Paul LeBlanc, Lauren Fox, Kara Scannell, Jennifer Agiesta, Kevin Liptak, Betsy Klein, Sam Fossum and Tami Luhby contributed to this report.