‘GMA’ host George Stephanopoulos tests positive for coronavirus

George Stephanopoulos has coronavirus.
George Stephanopoulos has coronavirus.(Suhaimi Abdullah/ABC)

“Good Morning America” host George Stephanopoulos announced Monday morning on his show that he has tested positive for coronavirus, more than a week after his wife was diagnosed.
“I’ve never had a fever, never had chills, never had a headache, never had a cough, never had shortness of breath,” he said on “GMA.” “I’m feeling great.”
Stephanopoulos, 59, said it came as “no surprise” that he got coronavirus after his wife, actress Ali Wentworth, tested positive.
The couple, along with their two daughters, 14-year-old Harper and 17-year-old Elliott, had been self-isolating at home in New York, with Wentworth quarantined to her own room.
“We are basically acting to the outside world as if we have it,” Stephanopoulos, a former White House communications director under President Clinton, said on “GMA” last Thursday. “We are staying inside the house. I am the only one who goes in and out. Somebody does have to take care of her. That’s me. But so far I feel fine and I am not showing any symptons.”
Wentworth, 55, described her symptoms when she revealed her diagnosis, including a “high fever, horrific body aches and heavy chest.”

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