Chris Cuomo of 'CNN' Chipped His Tooth from 'Shivering So Much' Amid COVID-19 Diagnosis

On Wednesday, April 1, 2020, CNN host Chris Cuomo appeared on his show “Cuomo Prime Time” and gave an update of his COVID-19 diagnosis. He revealed how the coronavirus was affecting his overall health.

This week, Cuomo, 49, posted a Twitter video that was taped from his basement where he addressed his coronavirus diagnosis. While speaking to Dr. Sanjay Gupta, the medical professional revealed that Cuomo had suffered from “the rigors.”

According to the host, “It was like somebody was beating me with a piñata. I was shivering so much that … I chipped my tooth.” Cuomo is currently quarantined away from his family.

Cristina and Chris Cuomo at the amfAR New York Gala to kick off Fall Fashion Week on February 6, 2013, in New York City | Photo: Bryan Bedder/Getty Images

Cristina and Chris Cuomo at the amfAR New York Gala to kick off Fall Fashion Week on February 6, 2013, in New York City | Photo: Bryan Bedder/Getty Images

“This virus came at me”

He tested positive for the coronavirus earlier in the week. On Tuesday he revealed that he’s had sleepless nights, fever at night (that reached up to 103 degrees at one point), and other symptoms.

I've never seen anything like it

During his Wednesday show, he shared: “This virus came at me — I’ve never seen anything like it.” However, having battled the virus for a few days, the star felt that he now knew what he was dealing with.

Cuomo hallucinated

Cuomo also shared that he had body aches and tremors that he couldn’t stop. The television personality even hallucinated after staying up all night.

He confessed to hearing his father, the late Mario Cuomo, talking to him. The star also saw people from college and others he hadn’t seen in a long time.

Chris asks fans to take COVID-19 seriously

The host also shared his fear that the experiences he went through the previous night could happen again. He urged his viewers to take the pandemic seriously.

Being diagnosed with the virus

Hours after he revealed he was positive for COVID-19, the television host was back to on-air. He shared his diagnosis on Tuesday.

Andrew gives update on Chris

Speaking on the same day, Cuomo’s older brother, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, gave an emotional update about him during a briefing. The governor said his brother was "doing fine."

Anyone can catch the virus

He also wanted people to be aware that “anyone” could get infected, citing his own brother. On Tuesday night, Cuomo’s CNN colleague, Don Lemon, became emotional while discussing his diagnosis.

Don Lemon talks Chris’ diagnosis

CNN anchor Don Lemon got emotional Tuesday night while talking with his friend and fellow news anchor Chris Cuomo, who has tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Lemon becomes emotional on air

Speaking on “CNN Tonight with Don Lemon,” the host actually started tearing up when he spoke about his friend. He was seen wiping away tears as he confessed: “I said I wasn’t going to do this.”

The pair also live near each other, according to Lemon.

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