Tiffany Trump reminded followers that "we must all do our part" in curbing the spread of the coronavirus and said that people should self-isolate for eight days and not 15 days as recommended.
The First Daughter took to social media on Tuesday with her take on how long people should self-isolate amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Tiffany Trump attends the Taoray Wang fashion show during New York Fashion Week on September 9, 2017, in New York City. | Source: Getty Images.
Posting an image from the White House which crossed out the recommended 15 days of self-isolation, and replacing it with eight days, Tiffany added several hashtags related to the COVID-19 virus.
The lesser-known of Donald Trump's children, Tiffany's second year at Georgetown Law, got disrupted since the implementation of social distancing, and her post goes against advice from WHO and the CDC to self-quarantine for two weeks.
Tiffany and her father's relationship strained even further after he became president in 2017, and the pair have since gone without contact for months at a time, according to a report by PEOPLE in 2018.
According to a source close to Tiffany, she went a "very long time" without seeing her father. When she finally did, it was anything but a warm reunion, as the source told the publication:
"The last time she was at a family function with him, it was awkward for her and she didn’t feel totally welcome."
Donald Trump and Tiffany Trump pose on the red carpet for Autism Speaks on March 30, 2008, in Palm Beach, Florida. | Source: Getty Images.
Despite several public figures having tested positive for the respiratory disease, both First Lady Melania and President Donald Trump tested negative.
News of Melania's negative test results came on Monday when President Trump said during a Q&A with reporters that she is doing "great."
President Trump had himself tested after he came into contact with the Brazillian president's press secretary, who received positive results on his coronavirus test.
In addition, President Trump's other daughter, Ivanka, and Vice President Mike Pence also tested negative for the virus after being in contact with people who later found out that they had contracted the virus.
During an interview with Bill Hemmer for Fox News, President Trump said that he would like to put an end to social distancing and get America back to work again by Easter. Explaining why he picked Easter, President Trump said:
"Easter is a very special day for me ... Easter Sunday, and you'll have packed churches all over our country."
Meanwhile, Melania Trump also reached out to her followers on social media about the importance of self-isolation, admitting that it becomes more challenging as "the days go by."
Saying that everyone should prioritize personal hygiene and social distancing, she added that "we will get through this faster" if everyone commits to the rules set out by the authorities.