Jedediah Bila of 'Fox News' Reveals Positive Coronavirus Diagnosis
“Fox and Friends” weekend co-host Jedediah Bila recently revealed that she was infected with COVID-19 but is on the mend, and making a quick recovery.
It is excellent news to know that some people have been able to recover from the novel coronavirus. The viral infection has hit the world, and people are doing their best to fight it. Quite a few celebrities and television personalities have been infected with the virus, with many of them making an astounding recovery.
She announced on Instagram, where she shared a picture of herself holding a slice of orange while wearing a grey sleeveless top. In the caption, she explained saying:
“I know I’ve been a little MIA. I’m actually at home recovering from Covid-19. I’m very much on the mend, so please don’t worry. My husband is also recovering...”
Hartley is the name of her infant son whom she gave birth to last year. Jedediah also expressed that she had learned so much in the past week and has done a lot of thinking.
She also stated that indeed the world is full of anxiety and fear but that she was content, sending love and positive energy to those around.
Jedediah is the first Fox News personality to be infected with COVID-19.
Jedediah then concluded her caption by thanking people for the love and prayers, promising to give an update the following week as regards her status and health.
Fans and lovers of the co-host took to the comments section to share their thoughts, wishes, and prayers with her. Most people commented that she should make sure she took adequate care of herself. One person said:
“Hope you feel better. Love you on the show. You are a great asset!”
Jedediah, who was previously a host on “ABC: The View” last appeared on “Fox and Friends” on March 29, is the first Fox News personality to be infected with COVID-19.
Although she is the first at Fox News, some other broadcasting networks have had anchors infected with the virus such as Chris Cuomo and Brooke Baldwin from CNN.
Since the inception of the outbreak, Fox News had put measures in place to ensure that all their staffs have the necessary and adequate requirements to battle the infection, seeing as they are based in New York City where the virus has had raging effects.
It is fantastic news to hear that Jedediah and her family are on the mend, and one can only pray that they make a full recovery.
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