From The Hill:
Pressed again on why he would not disclose when Trump last tested negative, Conley smiled, saying “everyone wants that.”
Asked if chest scans showed any inflammation in Trump’s lungs, a common effect of moderate or severe cases of COVID-19, Conley cited HIPAA laws that protect patient privacy. “We’ve done routine standard imaging. I’m just not at liberty to discuss,” he said.
Asked if the president’s blood work had turned up any abnormal results, Conley again cited the privacy law, saying it “precludes me from going into too much depth.”
Asked about the regiment of therapeutics doctors administered in recent days, which included an experimental antibody cocktail, the antiviral drug remdesivir and the steroid dexamethasone, Conley would not divulge the decisionmaking process. “There are dozens of therapies that we were made aware of, that we considered, that we discussed and debated and looked at the existing literature on,” he said. “And this is the regimen we chose.”
Conley also would not give much information on how Trump would remain safely quarantined upon return to the White House, where he will be exposing support staff to the virus. “I wish I could go into that more, but I just can’t,” he said.
We’d REALLY like to tell you, but we have to wait, you know, until the audit is done.