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Bravo: “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen.”
Instagram: @bravoandy, 3/20/20; @tomhanks, 3/12/20; @ritawilson, 3/12/20; @rudygobert27, 3/12/20; @debimazar, 3/21/20; @danieldaekim, 3/19/20; @FPrine, 4/2/2020; @pink, 4/3/2020; @therealannacamp, 7/21/20; @bryancranston, 7/31/20; @milano_alyssa, 8/5/20; @antoniobanderasoficial, 8/10/20; @therock, 9/2/20; @giulianarancic, 9/20/20.
Oscars: Award Databases.
YouTube: “I just Got Some Bad News - Scarface Has Coronavirus,” Willie D.
NPR: “Tom Hanks, Wife Rita Wilson Test Positive For Coronavirus.”
NBA: “Jazz stars Donovan Mitchell, Rudy Gobert test positive for coronavirus,” “A letter to NBA fans.”
Twitter: @rudygobert27, 3/22/20; @idriselba, 3/16/20; @randpaul, 3/22/20; @chriscuomo, 3/31/20; @borisjohnson, 3/27/20; @JohnPrineMusic, 3/29/20, @GMA, 4/13/20, @THEHermanCain, 7/30/20, @usainbolt, 8/24/20.
CNN: “Kevin Durant among Nets players who tested positive for the coronavirus,” “Idris Elba's wife, Sabrina Dhowre, also tests positive for coronavirus,” “Boris Johnson is under observation in hospital for coronavirus but ‘remains in charge,’” “Bryan Cranston says he had COVID-19 and shares a video of himself donating plasma,” “Olympic great Usain Bolt tests positive for the coronavirus.”
Los Angeles Times: “Harvey Weinstein has tested positive for coronavirus infection, source says.”
BBC: “Coronavirus: Prince Charles tests positive but remains in good health.”
ABC News: “Coronavirus live updates: Prince Charles tests positive for COVID-19.”
The New York Times: “Kevin Durant Says He Has Tested Positive for Coronavirus,” “Celebrities, Athletes and Politicians Who Have Tested Positive for Coronavirus,” “Roy Horn, Who Dazzled Audiences as Half of Siegfried & Roy, Dies at 75,” “Mel Gibson Was Hospitalized for Coronavirus,” “Herman Cain, Former C.E.O. and Presidential Candidate, Dies at 74.”Associated Press: “Singer Pink says she had COVID-19, gives $1M to relief funds,” “Robert Pattinson Tests Positive for Coronavirus, Halting ‘Batman’ Production.”
The At-Home Variety Show: “Monk in Quarantine w/ Tony Shalhoub.”
60 Minutes Overtime: “Lesley Stahl Shares Her Personal Battle With Coronavirus.”
Hackensack Meridian Health: “What is Remdesivir & How Is It Used For COVID-19?”
FDA: “Donate COVID-19 Plasma.”
Associated Press: “Antonio Banderas says he’s tested positive for coronavirus.”
Olympic.org: “Usain Bolt.”
CBS News: “Legendary sprinter Usain Bolt tests positive for coronavirus, Jamaica’s health minister says.”
The Washington Post: “Robert Pattinson reportedly tests positive for coronavirus, halting filming on ‘The Batman’ days after it resumed.”
Fox Business: “Jillian Michaels on her new app, home fitness in the age of COVID and personal battle with coronavirus.”
Today.com: “Neil Patrick Harris reveals he and his family had coronavirus earlier this year.”
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