Top Trump Lawyer Tests Positive for Coronavirus, Later Hospitalized

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According to reports, coronavirus cases are still on the rise; the media’s reports of cases continue to leave out other important details, such as hospitalization and recovery rates, etc.
As this year progresses, distrust in reports about COVID-19 cases is surging. Questions continue to arise about whether or not doctors are paid more to diagnose patients as having COVID-19; other Americans want to know about the rates of false positives and faulty tests.

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Despite questionable behaviors and reports surrounding this virus, there are still some individuals who contract it, although CDC data shows that recovery is more likely than not. On Sunday, the nation learned that Rudy Giuliani, a top attorney to President Trump, tested positive for COVID-19, per Washington Examiner.

The Facts About Giuliani’s Positive COVID-19 Diagnosis

It is presently unclear where and when Giuliani contracted the infamous coronavirus.
The announcement of his diagnosis arrived yesterday via President Trump’s Twitter feed; the commander-in-chief informed that his attorney tested positive for the virus and wished him well. Following Trump’s well wishes, he noted that Guiliani’s ongoing fight to prove voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election shall “carry on.”

Due to Guiliani’s age of 76, he is at a higher risk of the virus than someone younger. However, CDC data shows that even the lowest recovery rate for COVID-19 is 94.6%; this indicates that the Trump legal aide is more likely than not to beat this virus, just as Trump himself did back in October.
Following President Trump’s message, Guiliani’s son, Andrew, confirmed that his dad is receiving great medical care, resting, and doing pretty well. He also thanked all concerned persons for their well wishes.

Continuing the Election Fight

In precisely one week, the Electoral College is set to officially vote for a winner of the 2020 presidential race.
As things currently stand, this leaves the Trump legal team with seven days to make a case that proves in the courts widespread and systemic voter fraud; President Trump already stated last month that he will leave the White House if the Electoral College declares Biden the winner of the 2020 race.
Trump’s legal team has fought hard and continues their fight; however, new reports of tossed lawsuits continue to emerge. States also continue to reject the legal team’s work to delay or withdraw certifications for Biden.
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