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Annual packaging shows Ellen DeGeneres tested positive for COVID-19
Ellen DeGeneres is the latest well-known brand, which tested positive for COVID-19. Her TV show has ceased production until January.
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When Ellen DeGeneres learned that she had tested positive for COVID-19, she was on the backstage of the “Ellen DeGeneres Show.”
DeGeneres said in a clip in the episode: “Obviously there are a lot of negative things happening, so I want to talk about something positive: my COVID test.” After receiving a positive test in December.
The 62-year-old DeGeneres’s assistant walked in and told her that she had tested positive for the novel coronavirus while her hair and makeup were in the background.
She joked: “Then everyone around me ran away. It was funny and people were really scared. They ran away and haven’t come back since.” She added that she “left the studio immediately”, The security team of the show reached out to everyone. She has been in touch.
Many recent guests of the show performed virtual performances, although a very small number of them had a positive test at the studio before joining DeGeneres in December, including Leslie Odom Jr. on December 9th and December 4th. Brian Cranston, Diane Keaton on December 3. , Lil Nas X on December 2 and Justin Bieber on December 1.
The comedian returned to her home in isolation, and her wife, actress Portia de Rossi, told her to sleep in another room because “she wanted to sleep all the racing beds for herself.” Due to the virus, DeGeneres slept for 16 hours every three days and needed painkillers, muscle relaxants and steroids after waking up a day later after back cramps-the comedian said she didn’t know that back pain was a symptom of COVID-19, but was related to other experiences Talk to people who have had similar experiences.
She recalled: “It felt like I broke my ribs.” “Do you know how I made you laugh so hard that you hurt your ribs? That’s how it feels to me. Now I know how you feel.”
She has not experienced any other symptoms normally associated with the virus, such as fever, headache or loss of taste, even though she did “wear Crocs with socks every day, so be a referee”. She “knows very well” and feels “well now”.
She said: “The strange thing is, I still don’t know where I got it from.” “I was wearing a mask, washed my hands, and only licked three or four doorknobs, so how could this be a mystery….I know There are a lot of people out there suffering from this disease.” As always, I hope this performance will bring you some joy (and) and make your life better. “
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DeGeneres, 62, announced on December 10 that she had tested positive for the novel coronavirus, but “feels good now.” At the same time, a Telepictures spokesperson confirmed to USA Today that the production of “Allen” will be suspended until January.
The host of the TV station said in a tweet at the time: “Anyone who has been in close contact with me has been notified and I follow all appropriate CDC guidelines.”
COVID-19 cases across the United States continue to surge, with more than 4,000 new cases received on Tuesday for the second consecutive day. According to data from Johns Hopkins, as of Wednesday morning, the United States has seen a total of 22.8 million coronavirus cases, with 380,821 deaths. According to the county’s public health department, Los Angeles County, where the “Ellen” tape is located, continues to see positive cases, and the number of hospitalizations and deaths is on the rise.
DeGeneres returned to the studio in Los Angeles because many Los Angeles films were suspended and other late-night shows on the West Coast, such as “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”. And “James Corden’s Evening Performance” back to the host’s home for recording.
In October, due to the widespread closure of the entertainment industry due to the coronavirus, the “Allen DeGeneres Show” became one of the first TV shows to re-invite a limited studio audience. Starting from October 28th, 40 fans participated in the recording of “Allen” in person, while the other 70 were still virtual. The studio usually has about 300 viewers.
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