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Now Chris Cuomo’s 14-Year-Old Son Has The Coronavirus

Damn. The coronavirus is working its way through the Cuomo household. As you all know, CNN host Chris Cuomo came down with the virus nearly a month ago now. And while he didn’t enter the hospital, he did have a high fever, severe chills and body aches.

Last week, we learned that his wife also had the virus. Thankfully, she didn’t have it nearly as severe as Chris did. She mainly had sinus issues. A headache, sinus pain and she lost her smell/taste.

Now we are learning that their 14-year-old son Mario has the virus. Chris’ wife, Cristina, wrote the following

After 10 days of ups and downs, feeling good one-day and terrible the next, I am now working hard to get my son, Mario, through the virus.

My heart hurts more than my head over his infection. I’m applying a modified version of my remedies for his protocol with a focus on lots of vitamins. Since his sense of smell and taste have disappeared, I am feeding him healthy foods that I normally can’t get him to touch. I kept a diary of the past week including my remedies and things that I did to stay sane through it all.

So yeah, it’s likely his daughters also have/had the virus as well. It’s safe to assume everyone in their household has it. It’s possible the daughters are asymptomatic.

What this shows you is how contagious this virus is, and honestly, that’s good and bad news. It’s good news because it’s likely many more people have it than we know, which means the death rate is much lower than we believe it to be now.

But it’s bad news because well, it’s easily spread to the elderly and those with underlying conditions. It’s also bad news because we know so little about this virus. Why does it randomly kill seemingly healthy people at times?

Antibody tests are being administered all over the world, which will tell us just how many people have had the virus. It’ll be interesting to see the results.

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