CNN’s Chris Cuomo explained his fight with COVID-19 on the air on Wednesday night, stating he’s sensation “way worse” than he did on Tuesday, when he exposed his coronavirus medical diagnosis.
Cuomo, relaying from his basement and in quarantine from the rest of his family, explained rigors– or shivering from fever that reached 103– so extreme he broke a tooth.
“These are not cheap, OK?” he stated, describing his teeth.
“It is maddening to have a fever all the time,” he stated at one point in the show, and at another point explained the sensation in his head: “like somebody was beating me like a piñata.”
He likewise explained hallucinations, consisting of seeing his dad, the late Gov. Mario Cuomo of New York City.
“My dad was talking to me, I was seeing people from college, people I hadn’t seen in forever,” he stated. “It was freaky what I lived through last night. And it may happen again tonight.”
CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta joined him to discuss the infection– and even prompted Cuomo to spend some time off to recover.
“I know you’re a warrior,” he stated. “But you’re allowed to take a day off.”
Cuomo likewise shared some excellent news: His family evaluated unfavorable, suggesting he didn’t pass it on to them.
See more of his descriptions of the signs– and his discussion with Gupta– in the clips below:
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