Andy Cohen Reveals He Tested Positive for Novel Coronavirus
- Andy Cohen revealed on Friday, March 20, via Instagram that he tested positive for novel coronavirus.
- He has been in a self-quarantine for a few days.
- He was to shoot Watch What Happens Live from his home in NYC.
One more celebrity added to novel coronavirus victims! Andy Cohen has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
The Bravo vet, 51, took to Instagram on Friday, March 20, to reveal that he has infected with the virus by sharing a selfie of himself in comfy clothes.
Noting that he has been in a self-quarantine for a few days, he wrote, "I have tested positive for Coronavirus."
As much as I felt like I could push through whatever I was feeling to do #WWHL from home, we’re putting a pin in that for now so I can focus on getting better.
Here's the post, check it out.
Following this post, the Watch What Happens Live host received well wishes from many stars including John Mayer, Brad Goreski and Busy Philipps.
Mayer wrote, "rest up" while Goreski wrote "get well soon." Philipps, meanwhile, commented, "Sending you love and healing, Andy. Get better so quickly!!!!!"
Before his COVID-19 diagnosis revelation, it was announced that he was to shoot Watch What Happens Live from his home in NYC. The first episode was scheduled for Sunday, March 22, featuring Jerry O’Connell, Ramona Singer and Nene Leakes.
Cohen's COVID-19 diagnosis comes nearly two weeks after renowned actor Tom Hanks revealed via Instagram that he and his wife Rita Wilson had tested positive for the novel coronavirus.