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Fox News presenter Neil Cavuto has COVID-19


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Fox News presenter Neil Cavuto has been diagnosed with COVID-19, a Fox News Media spokesperson confirmed to The Daily Beast.

Although fully vaccinated, Cavuto, 61, is immunocompromised, making the groundbreaking case potentially dangerous. The longtime anchor Fox was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, survived stage 4 cancer in the form of Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and underwent triple heart bypass surgery in 2016.

Cavuto, however, considers himself lucky after the diagnosis.

“Although I am a little stunned by this news, the doctors tell me that I am also lucky,” he added. your world the host said in a statement provided by a spokesperson for Fox News Media. “If I hadn’t been vaccinated, and with all of my medical issues, it would be a much more serious situation. “

While some of his Fox News colleagues questioned the effectiveness of coronavirus vaccines after Colin Powell, 84, fully vaccinated but severely immunocompromised, from COVID-19, Cavuto urged others to do so. vaccinate.

“It’s not because I did it and I survive because I did it,” the statement continued. “I hope everyone will get this message loud and clear. Get vaccinated, for yourself and for everyone around you. Everyone wins, except maybe my wife, who thought I was back in town for good for concerts. Maybe not so fast now.

Fox Business presenter Charles Payne replaced Cavuto when Fox News aired Tuesday afternoon Your world with Neil Cavuto. Jackie DeAngelis, meanwhile, replaced Cavuto on his midday Fox Business show. Cavuto from coast to coast.

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