Ellen DeGeneres, who was diagnosed with the coronavirus a week ago, talks about the main symptom that was detected.
On Wednesday, the 62-year-old TV presenter shared information about his health condition with fans, noting that he was “100%” feeling well. Degeneres said experience has taught that in addition to respiratory problems, the symptom of the virus is also back pain.
“I wanted to say thank you for the good wishes. I feel 100% well. One thing no one has said is that unbearable back pain is also a symptom of a virus. Who would have thought? How?” – Says the comedian in the video posted on Instagram.
Ellen DeGeneres said on Twitter on Thursday that the test showed a positive response:
“I want to let everyone know that my coronavirus test is positive. Fortunately, I feel good right now. Everyone I have had contact with has already been notified and I will obey the rules. You will meet everyone after the holidays. I wish you health and safety. With love, Ellen.”
The Ellen DeGeneres Show returned to the screens for the 18th season on September 21 after a scandalous summer break and was running without a live audience, with interviews with some of the celebrities being recorded in the studio while others being remotely recorded. Earlier, there were reports that the 17-year-old story might have been shut down after a series of allegations sparked a flurry of leading criticism from a popular TV talk show. The former staff accused the show’s producers of creating a toxic environment at work. After the show’s production company began investigating the case, Ellen apologized and the three producers of the show had to resign.
According to the show’s production company, Telepictures, recording of the show will resume in January.