Chris Cuomo's Wife Cristina Reveals 14-Year-Old Son's Positive COVID-19 Diagnosis
Chris Cuomo's son, Mario, is the latest member of the Cuomo clan to contract the novel coronavirus.
While the members of the Cuomo family continue to battle the novel coronavirus, Chris Cuomo's wife, Cristina, has revealed that their son, Mario, has the virus.
According to ET Online, Cristina made the revelation about Mario's health in an Instagram update about her own battle with COVID-19. Along with a series of family pictures that included the 14-year-old, the mother-of-three wrote:
"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."
[Chris Cuomo] then pointed out that Cristina had also received the green light from CDC to come out of quarantine after she also fought COVID-19 for some weeks.
With that in mind, the 50-year-old stated that Mario's sense of smell and taste has disappeared, which prompted her to feed him healthy foods that he normally wouldn't touch.
Her fans made no hesitation in letting her know that they were praying for her family while also sending her "love and positive vibes."
Cristina's post comes less than a week after E! Online reported that Chris was a free man following his release from the basement where he spent several weeks fighting COVID-19.
After stating that he had been given the all-clear from the Centre of Disease Control, the CNN anchor could be heard adding:
"The official reentry from the basement. This is what I've been dreaming of. Literally for weeks."
When he eventually got to where his wife and their three kids, including Bella and Carolina, were, he cautiously gave them the shaka sign.
The proud father-of-three also ensured that he expressed his gratitude to his children for stepping up during the time their parents were unable to do their duties.
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