CNN’s Chris Cuomo Sees Dead Father After Testing Positive Coronavirus. Beast Comes @ Night. COVID-19

Chris Cuomo shares covid-19 experience: ‘The beast comes at night’.
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CNN’s Chris Cuomo has become the most visible face of the coronavirus in the United States by giving daily updates about his condition on TV, social media and, on Thursday, at his brother’s New York state press briefing.
Other television stars (Andy Cohen) and household names (Tom Hanks) have contracted the virus… there are more than I can list at this point… but Cuomo stands out because he is giving frequent updates to an audience of millions of people.
He began to anchor from home on Monday, and he was formally diagnosed on Tuesday. On Thursday night his 9 p.m. program was pre-empted for CNN’s weekly town hall about the virus, so he joined from his home for a check-up. "I’m doing well. The beast comes at night," he told Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta. "As we know the health care workers have taken to call the virus ‘the beast.’ I understand why. My fever has gone up a couple of degrees in like the last 30 minutes. Nights are tough, and I’ve learned something that I didn’t know before: It is responsible journalism to say that 80% of people who get this, statistically, wind up okay, meaning they don’t get a hospital, they get through it. It is not humanly responsible, though, from an ethical perspective. Now that I am one of the anointed and these people reach out to me — you SUFFER when you have this at home, unless you are ridiculously lucky, statistically, and maybe karmically as well."

CNN’s Chris Cuomo says his coronavirus fever got so bad, he hallucinated seeing his dead father

CNN host Chris Cuomo, who tested positive this week for coronavirus, revealed Wednesday night that his fever got so bad he hallucinated seeing his late father. Cuomo, the younger brother of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, has been self-isolating in his basement to avoid infecting his wife and kids.

The 49-year-old shared his experience battling coronavirus — from body aches and shivering to a fever so severe he was hallucinating.

"Never had anything like it," Cuomo said in his opening remarks on his show, "Cuomo Prime Time." "I totally get why so many are so scared all over this country." CNN host Chris Cuomo, who tested positive this week for coronavirus, revealed Wednesday night that his fever got so bad he hallucinated seeing his late father. Cuomo, the younger brother of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, has been self-isolating in his basement to avoid infecting his wife and kids.

The 49-year-old shared his experience battling coronavirus — from body aches and shivering to a fever so severe he was hallucinating.

"Never had anything like it," Cuomo said in his opening remarks on his show, "Cuomo Prime Time." "I totally get why so many are so scared all over this country."

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