Chris Cuomo CNN Anchor Has Coronavirus! (Brother of the New York Governor Andrew Cuomo)


He released the news through Twitter after interviewing the politician on the TV network

The journalist and CNN, Chris Cuomo, confirmed on Tuesday in his Twitter account that has tested positive for coronavirus, COVID-19.

He made the announcement when his brother, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, was giving a press conference on the state of the pandemic crisis.

The governor was interviewed by his brother on CNN on Monday night.

"In these difficult times that seem to get more and more complicated every day, I discovered that I have coronavirus," wrote the newscaster, who indicated that he had been exposed to people in the past few days who subsequently tested positive, after which he felt "feverish." , chills and shortness of breath. "

He was also concerned about the possibility that he may have infected his wife and children. " That would make me feel worse than the disease!" he admitted.

Despite the diagnosis, Cuomo said he will continue to do his CNN "New Day" program from the basement of his home, where he is in quarantine. "We will all get through this by being smart, tough and united!" He concluded in his message.

This is the third case of COVID-19 testing at CNN's New York offices.

In his press conference, Andrew Cuomo spoke about his brother's health and took the opportunity to send a message. "He will be well. He is young, he is in good shape, and he is strong, "he said. " There is a lesson in this. He is an essential worker, a member of the press, who was outside. If you go out, the possibility that you have been infected is very high. "

The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in the US state of New York stands at 75,795 after the 9,300 new infections registered in the last 24 hours, the governor reported Tuesday. On the other hand, there are already 1,550 deaths in the state due to the pandemic, after registering more than 330 fatal cases in one day .

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