Dylan Dreyer's husband, Brian Fichera, has opened up about his experience with COVID-19 after he tested positive earlier this month.
Just a few weeks after he tested positive to the novel coronavirus, "Today" show anchor Dylan Dreyer's husband, Brian Fichera, has spoken about his experience.
Dylan Dreyer and husband Brian Fishera on Monday, April 22, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images
"Good Morning America" cohost, George Stephanopoulos, recently revealed he tested positive to COVID-10 even though he was asymptomatic.
The father-of-one, who wasn't ashamed to admit that he shed a lot of tears during the 10-day run of the ailment, wrote that his fever spiked a little over three weeks ago.
Once it became clear that he might have contracted COVID-19, Brian moved in his son's room, where he stayed until it became necessary for him to go for a test. Although the result came back positive, Brian noted that he has been symptom-free for a week.
Today added that just like the experience of CNN host, Chris Cuomo, who also has been fighting the novel coronavirus, Brian stated that the illness could be just as hard on people mentally as it is physically.
The father-of-one wrote that when it hit hard, an infected person would be unable to move. Despite the struggles that came with battling the novel coronavirus, Brian was quick to mention how lucky he felt about being symptom-free.
He also encouraged his followers to "hydrate, cry and be patient. When you feel 100% and feel like you beat this thing wait 3 more days... Be safe. Be smart. Be humble."
As it turned out, Chris and Brian aren't the only well-known people who have contracted the novel coronavirus.
According to a People report, the "Good Morning America" cohost, George Stephanopoulos, recently revealed he tested positive to COVID-19 even though he was asymptomatic.
Another star who has contracted the illness would be Nick Cordero, whose wife, Amanda Kloots, stated was "fighting for his life" after his situation took a turn for the worse on April 10.
George Stephanopoulos moderate the Democratic debate from Texas Southern University's Health & PE Center in Houston, TX on Thursday, September 12 | Photo: Getty Images
As at the time that Nick's condition was worsening, Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds disclosed that he and his family had recovered from COVID-19 as he thanked his followers for wishing him a happy birthday.