President Joe Biden continued to test positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, but he "continues to feel well" and even completed a "light workout," his physician said in an update.
Dr. Kevin O'Connor wrote in a memo Wednesday that Biden "is still experiencing an occasional cough, but less frequently than" Tuesday.
"He remains fever-free and in good spirits. His temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respiratory rate and oxygen saturation remain entirely normal," Dr. O'Connor added. "His lungs are clear"
The president will will continue his strict isolation measures" and "will continue to conduct the business of the American people from the Executive Residence," he added.
Research shows a minority of those prescribed Paxlovid can experience a "rebound" case of COVID-19. According to the CDC, most rebound cases remain mild.
The president has continued to work from the White House residence since going back into isolation. The White House shared a video of the president giving an update on his condition alongside faithful companion Commander, his 11-month-old German shepherd puppy.
“I’m feeling fine, everything is good,” the president said. “But Commander and I got a little work to do.”
The president sent out a picture of himself masked and tieless on Twitter, which showed him signing a declaration that added individual assistance for flood survivors in Kentucky.
The president also took time on Saturday to have a FaceTime conversation with people camping outside the U.S. Capitol who are seeking health benefits for military veterans exposed to toxic substances from burn pits during their service. A procedural vote on the measure, which would provide expanded health benefits for veterans exposed to toxins, failed after Senate Republicans blocked it.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Denis McDonough brought the group pizza and the phone connection to talk with the president.
“Feel better,” a member of the group told Biden in a video of the call posted to Twitter. Later, in a tweet, the president said he had planned to meet with families at the Capitol but that his positive test “got in the way.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.