Ruth Bader Ginsburg was released from the hospital and is said to be doing well after suffering chills and a fever.
A representative for the Supreme Court justice announced on Sunday morning that Ginsburg had returned home from the hospital and was “doing well.”
Ginsburg, 86, was hospitalized Friday night after becoming ill earlier in the day. She received treatment at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where she was given “intravenous antibiotics and fluids,” which helped her symptoms subside. Doctors were confident that she would be released as early as Sunday morning.