'Sick And Scared': MSNBC's Stephanie Ruhle Reveals She And Her Family Have COVID-19

MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle revealed to viewers Monday that she and her family are recovering from COVID-19. After opening her segment with harrowing figures about the country’s record-high numbers of coronavirus hospitalizations and new cases, Ruhle said she was among them. “After testing positive for COVID-19, I have spent the better part of the last two weeks in bed isolating and taking all the precautions needed to protect myself, my family, and my community,” she said. “My husband and my kids — they have it, 也. We still don’t know how we got it, but we’re getting better, and we are very, very lucky.” She said she was on the mend and would be broadcasting from home where she will isolate until she’s certain she’s no longer contagious and positive for the virus. NEW: @SRuhle discusses having Covid-19: “We don’t have a vaccine today. We have a virus that is ravaging our country, and we need to do a whole lot more to stop it.”“As a person who is sick and scared, I am begging you, please take this seriously. It is not over.” pic.twitter.com/X7RUB2jIrb— MSNBC (@MSNBC) 十二月 7, 2020 “We don’t have a vaccine today,” Ruhle said. “We have a virus that is ravaging our country, and we need to do a whole lot more to stop it. And as a person who is sick and scared, I am begging you, please take this seriously. It is not over.” In a personal essay about her experience, Ruhle said her husband Andy Hubbard tested positive on Nov. 25, and immediately went into isolation in their New York City apartment. Ruhle and their three children, who are 14, 11, 和 7, stayed at their New Jersey home, where Ruhle isolated away from the kids. Ruhle said she tested positive about a week later and experienced fluctuating symptoms that felt like a “terrible flu.” She described the struggle she and her husband went through trying to get test results and to make contact tracing calls, slamming the government’s failure to provide a coherent national plan. “The only way we can get through this is if we have a system that works for everyone, and after having Covid-19, I’m convinced that we do not,” she said. Her message comes as the numbers of COVID-19 infections, deaths and hospitalizations are exploding across much of the country. 美国. death toll is at more than 283,000. Read more about Ruhle’s experience here. HuffPost 冠状病毒指南 哪些航空公司在假期旅行中封锁了中间座位? 冠状病毒与流感的传播方式有何不同? Can you close your COVID \bubble\without losing friends forever? 假期看望祖父母安全吗? 当你也在挣扎时如何帮助焦虑的朋友? 每个人都应该得到有关COVID-19的准确信息. 通过今天成为HuffPost会员,支持无付费壁垒的新闻业-并使每个人都免费.

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