Politics President Trump Hospitalized 'Out of Caution,' White House Says — He Will Work from Walter Reed The update comes less than 24 hours after Trump's diagnosis was first announced By Virginia Chamlee Virginia Chamlee Politics Writer - PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines Published on October 2, 2020 06:04 PM Share Tweet Pin Email President Donald Trump departs the White House for New Jersey on Thursday. Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Donald Trump headed to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Friday evening — the primary hospital that treats U.S. presidents — "out of an abundance of caution," White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany said Friday afternoon. The update on his condition comes less than 24 hours after he first announced he and First Lady Melania Trump had been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus. “President Trump remains in good spirts, has mild symptoms, and has been working throughout the day," McEnany said in her statement. "Out of an abundance of caution, and at the recommendation of his physician and medical experts, the President will be working from the presidential offices at Walter Reed for the next few days. President Trump appreciates the outpouring of support for both he and the First Lady.” Marine One was seen landing at the White House on Friday afternoon to transport the president, 74, to the hospital. The helicopter departed after 6 p.m. local time on Friday. Trump was seen wearing a suit and mask as he walked to Marine One, giving a thumbs up to the cameras. He did not speak. White House physician Sean Conley previously said in a memo shared by White House officials on Friday afternoon that the president had “received a single 8 gram dose of Regeneron’s polyclonal antibody cocktail" and was also taking "zinc, vitamin D, famotidine, melatonin an a daily aspirin." "As of this afternoon the President remains fatigued but in good spirits," Conley's memo read. "He's being evaluated by a team of experts, and together we'll be making recommendations to the President and First Lady in regards to next best steps." The first lady, 50, was suffering from just "a mild cough and a headache," Conley said. The Timeline of Events Leading Up to Donald Trump's Announcement He Tested Positive for COVID-19 Marine One, the presidential helicopter, arrives at the White House to carry President Donald Trump to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on Friday. Win McNamee/Getty Images Shortly after Conley's memo was released, reports began circulating that the president was suffering from a low-grade fever, though White House officials had been tight-lipped about his specific symptoms. The Trumps said shortly after midnight that they had both tested positive for the virus, with an initial memo from Conley stating that the couple was "well at this time and they plan to remain at home within the White House during their convalescence." The president's hospitalization, however, only sharpened concerns about his health. He had not been seen in public since returning from a New Jersey fundraiser on Thursday, though he called in to Sean Hannity's show on Fox News on Thursday night. The White House at first insisted on Friday that he had mild symptoms and remained working. His trip to Walter Reed was announced without notice later that day.