Mubarak, sentenced to life in prison over the killing of protesters in the uprising that ended his rule, was shifted from the medical wing of Tora prison to a military hospital last month following reports of a deterioration in his health, Reuters reported.
At the time, senior officers and military sources gave various accounts of the 84-year-old’s condition, including that he was in a coma and on life support.
He was moved to hospital just days after Egyptians voted in the second round of a presidential election that eventually installed the Muslim Brotherhood’s Mohamed Mursi.
Adel al-Saeed, the assistant prosecutor and spokesman for the prosecutor’s office, said on Monday a medical committee formed to review Mubarak’s condition had decided his health was stable enough that he did not need advanced hospital care.
“The medical committee’s members have unanimously reached a decision that his medical condition is currently stable under the use of medication,” the statement from the prosecution said.