Disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has survived the novel coronavirus infection. Harvey now has been released from 14-day quarantine.
A spokesperson Juda Engelmayer informed, “He has been released from medical isolation and has now been deemed alright.” Weinstein was put into 14-day quarantine at Wende Correctional Facility in New York where he was housed.
However, Harvey’s spokesperson denied giving away much information about what symptoms of the COVID-19 he may have had. Weinstein‘s prison consultant said, “They cannot comment on Mr. Weinstein’s health condition due to HIPPA Laws in addition to wanting to maintain his privacy which he deserves.”
His prison consultant did say that Weinstein is still in the Regional Medical Unit (RMU) AT Wende Correctional Facility and he is being monitored for various other medical conditions.
On 11th March, Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to 23-years in prison for third-degree rape and criminal sex act. The disgraced producer maintained that he had consensual extramarital affairs with the victims.
A week later, Harvey was transferred from the city prison Rikers Island to Wendy and it was then when he got tested positive for the novel coronavirus and following his diagnosis he was put into isolation immediately.
According to the sources, Harvey is put into super-maximum prison with no special treatment. He doesn’t have his own phone, TV or anything people are speculating about.