"To protect the privacy of our employees' health information and for operational security, the Secret Service is not releasing how many of its employees have tested positive for COVID-19, Nor how many of its employees were, or now are, quarantined", said Justine Whelan, Secret Service spokeswoman.
Trump has now been tested at least twice for the coronavirus, and both times tested negative.
Trump, who along with Pence had tested negative, said on Friday that he was not anxious, adding that "strong precautions" had been taken in the White House.
Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Dr. Robert Redfield and Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration Stephen Hahn will also be placing themselves in quarantine after exposure to the coronavirus.
The White House did not immediately respond to TPM's request for comment.
"The danger is inside the house", added CNN.
Mr Pence, who is tested on a regular basis, was tested Friday.
They were removed from the flight just before it took off, according to a senior administration official. And were tested for coronavirus.
When asked if Trump considered wearing a mask around the veterans to protect them, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said "they made the choice to come here" to be with the commander-in-chief on this "momentous day". On Saturday, 47 of the 50 U.S. states confirmed that they planned to resume some business and social activities from Monday. The remainder were split between those who wanted more restrictions - 27 percent - and those who said there should be fewer - 24 percent. People over 60 (which Trump and Pence both are) are also at a much higher risk of developing some of the virus's most severe complications, making social distancing even more critical for the pair right now.
More than a dozen states have nevertheless begun to relax coronavirus restrictions and reopen businesses, including West Virginia, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas and IN as protests against stay-at-home orders and other lockdowns erupted across the country.
And he's declined to wear a mask in public, believing the image of him behind a face covering would send the wrong message as he works to convince Americans the health crisis is waning.
Meadows said Friday that "some of those that serve [Trump] will wear a mask in those closer proximities".