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CNN's Chris Cuomo Is Not Fully Recovered From Coronavirus - Here's What's 'Funky'

Chris Cuomo revealed that he’s still not fully recovered from COVID-19 aka the Coronavirus despite testing negative back in April.

“People who’ve been through this have strange tales to tell and not a lot of great answers from doctors [in regard] to weird stuff in their blood work,” the 49-year-old news anchor said on the air. “I’m not back to where I was before I had the virus, but I can work. I can hang out. I can engage with my family.”

“I’m not 100 percent,” he continued. “There is funky stuff in my blood work, that doctors say is what they see in people who have had COVID. So it freaks me out a little bit.”

“As long as there are other people who have the same kind of funky blood work, I’ll just keep taking it one day at a time,” he added. “And, as relevant, I am always telling people about the experience.”

It seemed as though Chris was feeling a little better while dancing with his family recently. We hope he makes a full recovery soon!

Chris Cuomo Dances With Daughter Bella on TikTok - Watch! (Video)

Chris Cuomo has got the moves!

The 49-year-old CNN presenter and brother of New York governor Andrew Cuomo appears in a cute TikTok alongside his 17-year-old daughter Bella, which she posted on her channel.

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In the video, Bella can be seen dancing to a viral mash-up of Megan Thee Stallion‘s “Savage,” Rihanna‘s “What’s My Name” and Kesha‘s “Cannibal” before her father joins to provide some goofy moves and shake his butt in front of the camera.

After battling the disease for weeks, Chris reported that he has tested negative amid the pandemic. We’re glad to see he and his family are doing well!

Check out Chris Cuomo dancing with his daughter Bella

Chris Cuomo's Wife Responds to Backlash Over Taking Clorox Baths for Coronavirus

Cristina Cuomo, the wife of Chris Cuomo, is responding to the backlash of revealing the holistic treatments she used for Coronavirus.

Specifically, Cristina said she took a Clorox bath, featuring ¼ of a cup of Clorox Bleach, which is not recommended as a treatment by doctors.

She said (via People) that she is “aware that what I am about to talk about are remedies for people who are already in a privileged situation — we have a roof over our head, enough food to eat and clean drinking water, and not everyone has that.”

“There’s a huge opposition against holistic medicine, I get that. None of these natural remedies below should be taken without consulting a doctor or naturopath. If there’s a potential for something to work, why not investigate it?”

“Who knows if it worked or what it did, but I know that in nine days, I got most of that virus out of my system. This being a virus with no vaccination and no cure, my resolution was to learn as much as I can, go to my same doctor Linda Lancaster and follow her protocol, her prescription. And no way am I saying please try this. It’s just the path that I took and I’m sharing it because there isn’t a lot of anecdotal evidence,” she added.

These practices Cristina has endorsed are not backed by doctors in the United States.

Find out how Chris Cuomo is doing amid his COVID-19 battle.

CNN's Chris Cuomo Tests Negative for Coronavirus After Battling Illness for Weeks

Chris Cuomo, CNN host and brother to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, has revealed he tested negative for COVID-19 aka the Coronavirus, after testing positive weeks ago and battling the virus.

“I tested negative — don’t have the virus,” the 49-year-old TV news anchor said on the air on Monday (April 27). “Good for me. I also tested to show that I have both antibodies.”

He then went on to talk about how the World Health Organization is now saying that “there is currently no evidence that people who have recovered from COVID-19 and have antibodies are protected from a second infection.”

“I thought I was going to have great news. … Do I really have great news?” Chris continued. “What does it mean that I have the antibodies? Am I really immune? Do they know? There’s a lot of confusion about what it does and doesn’t mean.”

Chris‘ family got some bad news last week, amid this good news.

Andrew Cuomo Gets Emotional While Admitting He Worried Brother Chris 'Could Die' From Coronavirus - Watch (Video)

Andrew Cuomo is getting candid about his love for his brother, Chris Cuomo, who tested positive for coronavirus amid the global health crisis.

The Governor of New York spoke out in an interview on The Daily Show With Trevor Noah on Thursday (April 23).

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“It is my brother and he’s my man. He is my best friend. And you know, I don’t like to give him any credit because that’s the whole ‘big brother and little brother’ thing, but the guy is a superstar. He really is, and he is a beautiful guy, just a beauty. But he gets sick. He is in his basement. I can’t even go see him, and then his wife [Cristina Cuomo] gets sick. She’s quarantined upstairs. He’s quarantined in the basement. He’s got three kids, a 17-year-old and two younger [kids] and [they] can’t go see him. I can’t help the kids. I mean, it is just terrible, nightmare of a science fiction of a movie where you can have loved ones with this disease, where nobody knows whether you are going to live or die,” he revealed.

“I kept saying to him, ‘Don’t worry. You’re young. You are fine.’ Yeah, sure, but who knows, right? Because yes, it tends to attack seniors, but you also have younger people who are dying, and there is nothing I could do. I am his big brother. I love him more than anybody. I am the governor of the state. [There was] nothing that I can do to help,” he went on to say.

“On top of all the disorientation, on top of the responsibility, then you just have this real-life situation where you worry every day, that is he going to be the one…that could lose his life, that could die from this. So it does bring it home, it does bring it home.”

Luckily, Chris has made a recovery – although his teenage son has contracted the disease. Here’s a status update.

NY Governor Andrew Cuomo Jokes With Brother Chris After Offering Support For Nephew Mario's Coronavirus Diagnosis

Andrew Cuomo has offered words of support for his brother, Chris, after hearing that his son, Mario, has tested positive for coronavirus.

In their interview that took place on April 22, the New York Governor assured his CNN Anchor brother that “he’s going to be OK”, referring to Mario.

Chris shared an update on Mario‘s condition, saying, “It was me and Cristina, and now Mario has the same symptoms she had, and he’s got the coronavirus. It’s working it’s way through, but they’re doing fine.”

He then thanked Andrew for his support, “Thank you for your concern, Andrew. Thanks for caring about my family, and about me, and thank you for fighting for the people of your state.”

“I don’t remember you that way [as a feely guy],” Chris added. “Maybe it’s the coronavirus, but I don’t remember you this way. So what happened?”

Andrew replied that it was Chris‘ memory: “It’s your memory. I think the coronavirus has perverted your memory. Not only did you come out frail, but your memory has suffered.”

He joked that Chris‘ memory might come back after “Cristina lets you out of the basement.”

If you missed it, Chris and Andrew lit up social media with their sibling rivalry and jokes earlier this month.

Chris Cuomo's 14-Year-Old Son Mario Also Has Coronavirus

Chris Cuomo‘s son, Mario, has also been diagnosed with COVID-19 novel coronavirus.

The 49-year-old CNN anchor’s wife Cristina, shared the news on Instagram, alongside a throwback image of Mario with her.

“This virus has created a different version of me. My hope is to be stronger, healthier, smarter about the virus at large,” Cristina shared, while also recognizing Earth Day. “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.”

She continued, “My heart hurts more than my head over his infection,” she continued. “This virus does not discriminate. While kids are more resilient, they can suffer [the] same severity of symptoms.”

Cristina revealed that she’s nursing Mario through the virus, writing that “I’m applying a modified version of my remedies for his protocol with a focus on lots of vitamins. Since his sense of smell and taste have disappeared, I am feeding him healthy foods that I normally can’t get him to touch.”

This makes three members of their family that have tested positive – Chris, Cristina and now Mario.

You can read Cristina‘s full post on Instagram now.