By the Associated Press:

President Donald Trump has left a military hospital to return to the White House. Trump said on Twitter Monday that he would be leaving after being treated for three days for symptoms of COVID-19 and continue his recovery at the White House. He tweeted that he felt better than he had in 20 years. But his doctor said Trump was not yet completely out of the woods.

The White House is still learning of the scale of the outbreak within the complex. Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany tested positive for the coronavirus Monday morning.

Doctors couldn’t say when he’ll no longer be contagious for the coronavirus or when he’d be able to travel again. The president’s personal physician, Dr. Sean Conley, told reporters at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Monday afternoon that there is no care at the hospital that the president cannot get at the White House. Typically, COVID-19 patients don’t have tests when they leave the hospital. Doctors says Trump will be given advanced testing that is not readily available to determine when no more viable virus is present.