Rudy Giuliani tested positive for coronavirus


Trump’s personal attorney had tested positive for the coronavirus. Sunday night he said he is “getting great care and feeling good.” Giuliani, 76, is the latest official of Trump’s orbit to become infected with the coronavirus over the course of the pandemic. He is considered at high risk for complications due to his age. According sources, Giuliani is reportedly undergoing treatment at the Georgetown University Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Get better soon Rudy, we will carry on!!!” Trump wrote on Twitter.


The former New York City mayor has been leading the Trump campaign’s legal battle to overturn the 2020 election results in several states. News of Giuliani’s diagnosis caused the two chambers of the Arizona state legislature to suspend their work for the upcoming week. Giuliani has repeatedly disregarded public health guidelines. He also eschewed US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention quarantine guidelines Trump’s attorney was most recently at the Georgia Capitol in Atlanta on Thursday to attend a Georgia state Senate hearing on the November election. “Mayor Giuliani’s blatant disregard for public safety measures in this pandemic is irresponsible and puts Georgians in danger,” Georgia Democratic state senator Elena Parent said.