At least one of the medications the president is taking can bring down fever, so it is not clear if his temperature is truly back to normal, according to doctors not involved in his care. Mr. Trump received supplemental oxygen on Friday and Saturday when his blood oxygen level dropped…

Doctors not involved in Mr. Trump’s treatment said he was still at risk and that a Monday discharge would be atypical for a patient with his characteristics and risk factors, including age, gender, and weight.

“The most atypical feature of his discharge is captured in the words of his physician who warned that the president could face a relapse in coming days,” said Daniel Griffin, chief of infectious diseases at ProHealth Care New York. “It is not typical to discharge a patient with severe COVID during the second week,“ a dangerous period, he added…

The timing of treatments seem to conflict with the White House’s timeline for when he got infected. Several of these therapies are typically given to patients who are further along in the course of disease, during the second week of infection when patients start feeling ill, doctors said. That also corresponds to the window during which patients can quickly worsen.