has come down with , he announced on Wednesday.
The comedian and podcast host shared the diagnosis on being out on “the road.”, saying that he contracted the disease after
Rogan said he had a headache on Saturday “and just felt just run down.” He said he separated himself from his family out of caution and experienced fevers and sweats throughout the night.
“And I knew what was going on,” he added.
Rogan tested positive the next morning.
He said he tried to fight COVID-19 by throwing the “kitchen sink” at it, including monoclonal antibodies, Z-Pak, Prednisone, an NAD drip, a vitamin drip and, most controversially,, that has recently gained traction as an at-home coronavirus treatment, despite the Food and Drug Administration warning against its use.
Last month, thenot to take ivermectin because, “You are not a horse. You are not a cow.”
Rogan said on Wednesday that he did the treatment three days in a row and “today I feel good. I actually feel pretty fucking good.”
Although Rogan could have reduced his risk of contracting COVID-19 by getting vaccinated, he has been vocally critical of the vaccine, saying in April that healthy people who exercise and eat well.
and “not a respected source of information.”
On Instagram on Wednesday, Rogan said, “Obviously this is nothing I can control,” but offered “a wonderful, heartfelt thank you to modern medicine for pulling me out of this so quickly and easily.”
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