Rudy Giuliani leaves the hospital after being treated for a coronavirus

The 76-year-old former New York mayor, who is leading Trump’s long-term legal challenges to overthrow the presidential election results, was admitted to Georgetown University Hospital on Sunday. Giuliani said in a radio interview Wednesday morning that he was feeling well and announced that he would leave the facility later that day.

“I feel almost 100% right now,” TalkRadio 77 told WABC. “I have to be quarantined for a few more days. Because, as they calculate, it’s probably seven or eight days ago (I was infected with a coronavirus). So I still have about three or four days to make sure my system is.”

Journalists spotted a vehicle from the hospital shortly before 5pm on Wednesday and flashed the cameras with their thumbs.

Giuliani, who remarked that she was not experiencing serious symptoms at the moment, claimed that some of the medications she was taking in the hospital worked as a “miracle.”

“There’s one I took – the next morning I felt like I was 10 years younger,” he said, adding that “he was taking the same drugs” Trump was taking in the fight against the virus, although he didn’t specifically name any of them.
During his own fight against the virus in October, Trump received experimental antibody therapy from Regeneron, but also received dexamethasone and remdesivir, which were later approved for federal treatment of Covid-19.
The news of Giuliani’s hospital stay immediately raised concerns that Trump’s lawyer, who has often appeared unmasked in recent weeks as he passed through the country to facilitate the president’s allegations of unfounded election fraud, could have spread the virus to government officials. It was announced Sunday night that the Arizona state legislature – where Giuliani appeared earlier this week – will be closed for next week due to Covid-19 concerns. Jenna Ellis, Trump’s attorney, who represents her efforts to overthrow the election results, also announced this week that she has given a positive result for Covid-19.

Giuliani, who is considered a higher risk of coronavirus complications due to his age, has repeatedly ignored public health guidelines, appearing unmasked in state capitals, hotel ballrooms, and covered press conferences in recent weeks. At many events, most people in the indoor environment also did not wear a mask.