White House doctors say Mr. Trump is not out of the way, but the team remains cautiously optimistic.

After U.S. President Donald Trump was admitted to the hospital for treatment, his doctors gave an update that He was not out of danger, but the medical team remained cautiously optimistic. A White House spokesman updated the White House doctor’s statement on Twitter late Wednesday, local time, Bloomberg and the Associated Press reported. Doctors said Mr. Trump’s treatment had made substantial progress and that he continued to take Redsyway without complications. In addition, Mr. Trump has no fever and does not need oxygen, “although not out of danger, the team of doctors remains cautiously optimistic.”

White House doctors say Mr. Trump is not out of the way, but the team remains cautiously optimistic.

Trump posted his update via Twitter.

White House doctors say Mr. Trump is not out of the way, but the team remains cautiously optimistic.

Mr. Trump’s health has come under the watch out for since he was admitted to the hospital. U.S. media, citing people familiar with the matter, said some of Mr. Trump’s indicators over the past 24 hours were “very worrying” and that the next 48 hours were a “critical period” for treatment. Earlier Wednesday, however, White House Doctor Sean Conley said at a news conference that Mr. Trump was in good condition after a mild cough, nasal congestion and tiredness. In the past 24 hours, there have been no fevers or breathing difficulties.

In the early hours of the 2nd local time, the White House announced that Trump and first lady Melania’s new coronavirus tested positive. Mr. Trump then announced that he was immediately entering a “segregation and rehabilitation process.” On Tuesday afternoon, Mr. Trump made a public appearance and flew from the White House to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland for treatment, where he will remain open for the next few days.