President Donald Trump had an active schedule filled with travel the week he tested positive for Covid-19.
From the first presidential debate to fundraisers and events on the White House lawn, he tackled a busy calendar that brought him into contact with people across the nation.
White House aide Hope Hicks began to feel sick Wednesday, and isolated herself on the flight back from a rally in Duluth, Minnesota. The next day, news broke that she had Covid-19, and shortly thereafter, the president announced that he and his wife also had the virus.
See where Trump went this week:
Monday, Sept. 28: Trump holds events at the White House with Vice President Mike Pence, members of Congress and state officials.
Tuesday: Trump travels to Cleveland with White House aide Hope Hicks and others for his debate with Joe Biden.
Wednesday: Trump travels to Minnesota for a fundraiser and a rally. Hicks starts to feel unwell and isolates.
Thursday: Trump flies to his resort in New Jersey. Aides who were in close proximity to Hicks cancel their plans to join the president.
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