President Donald Trump arrives with Vice President Mike Pence to speak about coronavirus testing Monday during an event in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington. Credit: Evan Vucci / AP

WASHINGTON — White House officials said Friday that President Donald Trump is feeling only “mild symptoms” following the announcement that he and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for COVID-19.

Trump announced his positive test early Friday morning, sending Washington and the rest of the country into fresh turmoil just a month before the presidential election. Hours earlier, the president announced that Hope Hicks, one of his closest advisers with whom he had recently traveled, has been infected and he and the first lady have started to quarantine.

Questions remain on who the president has been in contact with in the days prior to his test and who have been infected with the virus.

Here’s a running list of people who have tested positive and negative. This is a developing story and not a comprehensive list which we will keep updated in the days to come.

Who has tested positive in the Trump circle:

President Donald Trump

First lady Melania Trump

White House Communications Director Hope Hicks

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany

White House senior adviser Stephen Miller

Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel

Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah

Rev. John Jenkins, president of Notre Dame

Sen. Thom Tillis, R-North Carolina

Trump Campaign Manager Bill Stepien 

Former White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisconsin

Sen. Rick Scott, R-Florida

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie

Who has received a negative COVID test:

Vice President Mike Pence

Second lady Karen Pence

Barron Trump

Ivanka Trump

Jared Kushner

Eric Trump

Lara Trump

Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo

Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin

Acting Homeland Secretary Chad Wolf

Chief of Staff Mark Meadows

Deputy Chief of Staff Dan Scavino

Former Vice President Joe Biden

Jill Biden

Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris

Defense Secretary Mark Esper

Army Gen. Mark Milley, chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

Attorney General William Barr

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina