At this point, the entire nation is taking steps to secure their safety amid the coronavirus outbreak. The family of the president has also established routines to adapt.
The president is still giving speeches as he remains in the White House in Washington, DC, with his wife Melania and his youngest son, Barron Trump, who just turned 14.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump pauses during a campaign event September 6, 2016 in Virginia Beach, Virginia | Photo: Getty Images
Ivanka Trump, who serves as an adviser to her father, is also situated in DC. She had a brief coronavirus scare after coming into contact with an Australian official who was diagnosed with the illness.
Thankfully, the 38-year-old turned out to be negative for COVID-19 and was able to return to work, doing so from the White House. Husband Jared Kushner is also continuing his job as an adviser.
The pair have had to adapt their schedules to fit in with a homeschooling routine for kids Arabella, eight, and Joseph, six. Ivanka shared an update on day three of the process.
Donald's eldest daughter is also mother to three-year-old Theodore. The tot was featured in a sweet picture with Ivanka and Arabella as they sat underneath a tent made out of bedsheets.
Elsewhere, Donald Trump Jr. is also spending a lot of time with his kids — even when they might not want him to. Last week, he posted shots of daughter Chloe enjoying time outside.
The caption read: "And I thought the office/work environment was tough... Chloe having none of daddy today." Over the weekend, the kids seemed to enjoy a nerf gun battle with the real estate agent.
Meanwhile, Eric Trump and Tiffany Trump have been less active on social media, and their most recent posts have both been unrelated to the coronavirus pandemic.
In contrast, first lady Melania Trump took to social media recently to share a public service announcement regarding the situation. She's also tweeted words of encouragement to the nation.
Similarly, her husband released a 15-day guideline for the public advising them on steps to take to slow the spread of the disease. "Together we will stay home and overcome this challenge," the clip read at the end.
The video requested that people practice social distancing, regularly wash their hands, avoid traveling, work from home, and disinfect surfaces. If one feels sick, they should self-isolate.
A 15-day period is the estimated time needed to initially curb the spread of COVID-19. Other steps some states have taken include lockdowns and school shutdowns. We hope everyone stays safe.
We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDC, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!