White House physician Sean Conley said Trump was tested for the virus earlier in the day, "utilizing a new, rapid point-of-care test capability".
"You know what? I like it. Let's test these guys", he told reporters. It also follows the president's second COVID-19 test, both of which were negative.
The test is expected to be the same quick-action test that Trump took on Thursday. "I've done them both, and the second one is much more pleasant", Trump said.
All visitors to the White House complex already have their temperatures taken when entering the building and if they will be in close proximity to either Trump or Pence.
The president was first tested on March 14, one week after coming in contact with an official from a Brazilian delegation who later tested positive for the virus.
On Friday, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the new coronavirus test, which provides results in as little as 15 minutes.
Speaking about USA steps to provide protection to people from coronavirus, Trump said people can wear masks if they want to, but scarves work well too. There are plenty of other ways in which infections can occur, she said.
White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, a member of the coronavirus task force, said the government will send to the NY public hospital system 200,000 N-95 protective masks to help medical workers get through the next month.
"Some people are getting out that are very serious criminals in some states, and I don't like that". Uninsured Americans will be reimbursed, Trump said.
Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday that the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. is "most comparable" to Italy, informing grim death toll forecasts.
As of Friday morning, the USA reported 245,070 confirmed coronavirus cases, the highest in the world, with 5,949 deaths, according to the latest update by the Washington-based Johns Hopkins University.