Rudy Giuliani says he’s ‘doing fine’ after COVID diagnosis
President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani on Tuesday said he’s “pretty much” symptom-free following his COVID-19 diagnosis — and could be getting out of the hospital as soon as tomorrow.
The 76-year-old former New York City mayor called into his own WABC radio show, apparently from his bed at Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington D.C.
“I’m doing fine,” Giuliani said. “Pretty much all the symptoms are gone.”
“I have no fever, I have very little cough, it’s just about also gone, I’ve been walking around, and I think they’re going to let me out tomorrow morning.”
Giuliani said he’s taken remdesivir and dexamethasone, the same treatment Trump received when he had the coronavirus in October.
“His doctor sent me here,” Giuliani said of the president. “He talked me into it.”
Trump announced on Sunday that Giuliani had tested positive for COVID-19, and said he’d spoken to his lawyer on Monday morning and that Giuliani was “doing well” and didn’t have a fever.