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2.25am BST

More on what the statement does not say:

Just in: Memo from Trump’s physician.

It notably does not say the president, who’s now appearing at public events, has tested negative for the coronavirus.

It also does not specify what his current treatment plan is or whether he’s still on his experimental drug cocktail. pic.twitter.com/OYQbhX28CI

2.24am BST

The statement from White House physician Sean Conley also seems to indicate that Trump had a fever 24 hours ago:

Conley says Trump now meets “CDC criteria for the safe discontinuation of isolation” and “is no longer considered a transmission risk to others.” Intriguingly, he says Trump has been “fever free for well over 24 hours,” which raises question of whether he had fever a day ago.

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