According to ABC’s survey, “There are no symptoms” yet. George Stefanopoulos, the chief broadcaster of ABC News, announced on Monday that he had tested positive for coronavirus, becoming the last prominent journalist infected.
Stephanopoulos suggested that Covid-19 could be caused by a new coronavirus from his wife, actress and comedian Ali Wentworth.
Covidine I’ve been here for a few weeks,” said Stephanopoulos, who hosts “ABC’s Good Morning America”.
But so far, Stephanopoulos added that he was “practically asymptomatic” and had a “great experience” despite his diagnosis of breath.”
As for his wife, Stefanopoulos said that Wentworth was “very good” and that “the fifth day passes without a fever.” Stefanopoulos also said: “He wakes up a bit of his bed every day, so we’re very happy with it.”
In addition to his duties at ABC’s Breakfast Show, this week’s Sunday News Broadcast covers “all live events and major news from around the world”. News.
Stefanopoulos was diagnosed after a number of eminent characters, including Brooke Baldwin from CNN, Chris Cuomo, and Fox News’ Jedediah Bila, on Covid-19.
Last week, Stefanopoulos and his colleagues at “Good Morning America” lamented Tony Greer, a long-time studio camera operator who died due to complications from the Coronavirus.
He had such a great attitude,” said Stephanopoulos, who described Greer as “completely professional”.
Stephanopoulos’ wife, Ali Wentworth, announced that she was diagnosed with coronavirus about two weeks ago. While Stephanopoulos said he’s asymptomatic, Wentworth said in an Instagram post on April 1 that she had “never been sicker.”
“High fever. Horrific body aches. Heavy chest,” she said. “I am quarantined from my family. This is pure misery.”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has cited studies that show that there are Covid-19 infected patients who never show symptoms, which include fever, cough, fatigue and shortness of breath.
Two CNN anchors, Chris Cuomo and Brooke Baldwin, have also tested positive for Covid-19.