Add Carrie Ann Inaba to the growing list of celebrities who have been directly affected by coronavirus as they continue to plague the earth and the world.
Sheryl Underwood, co-owner of Inaba Conversation, told viewers of Thursday ‘s show that Inaba was at home and recovered from a positive test for the disease.
“As you can see, Carrie Ann is not here with us today.” “She found out this morning that she has a positive test for COVID-19,” Underwood said. “Obviously our thoughts are with her, we love her and pray for complete healing.”
Underwood said hostess Sharon Osbourne did the show from home, even though she had a negative test. Osbourne sent “all my love and prayers to Carrie Ann.”
Co-host Eva also sent a wish: “Carrie Ann is where she needs to be and sends her so much good energy and so much good love.”
Inaba described her condition in detail in a video post and described her symptoms as “fever and a bad cough and a lot of pain.”
She told people not to worry about her and reminded them to be careful during the pandemic.
“I follow all the protocols and we have so many strict protocols in place, and I’ve even caught it.” Dancing with the stars said the judge. “So just a friendly reminder to stay alert, take care of yourself and have a mask, please.” Wash your hands a lot and be especially careful because you don’t want to. “
On the same day, another daily television host, Ellen DeGeneres, announced that she also had COVID-19. Production for her show was temporarily discontinued.
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