“They gotta fix it up, but luckily he’s not far from Beverly Hills. I imagine there are people there that can help him with whatever he needs,” the 68-year-old noted about the facial burns the talk show host recently put on display after he was released from the hospital.
“He wasn’t that much to look at before,” Seinfeld joked of his close pal's appearance in an interview with a news publication.
After providing a brief positive update on Leno, the Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee alum proceeded to answer questions about himself on Tuesday, November 22.
As OK! previously reported, Leno was miraculously released from the hospital on Monday, November 21, less than two weeks after his horrific accident.
"After a 10-day stay at the facility, Jay will receive follow-up care at the Grossman Outpatient Burn Clinic for burns to his face, chest and hands he received during a fire at his home garage," a press release confirmed of the 72-year-old's health status.
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"Jay would like to let everyone know how thankful he is for the care he received, and is very appreciative of all of the well wishes," the message continued, adding, "He is looking forward to spending Thanksgiving with his family and friends and wishes everyone a wonderful holiday."
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno alum's doctor, Dr. Peter Grossman, previously provided a promising medical update on Leno's recovery from the "deep second degree" and potentially third degree burns on his body.
"Burn injuries are progressive and dynamic. It's hard to predict what the final outcome will be at this stage in the game," Grossman told reporters on Wednesday, November 16.
The television personality has remained in amazingly "good spirits" throughout multiple surgeries and appears optimistic as he enters the healing phase of the freak incident.
Extra spoke to Seinfeld for an update on Leno's health.