CBS News correspondent Seth Doane diagnosed with COVID-19


CBS news correspondent Seth Doane who lives in Rome and has been covering the corona virus outbreak in Italy has tested positive for Kobe nineteen seventy is currently under mandatory quarantine at his home in Rome he spoke with CBS this morning for the most part I feel okay who as we know this is a deadly virus it can be incredibly serious and major respiratory illness so far I've been lucky I've had to kind of check chest pressure almost like you feel like you've done a big chest workout I had a little bit of a cough I had a relatively mild fever I've had kind of weird aches and pains in places I'm not used to but honestly I feel like I've had colds and flus worsen as I've never been totally out for the whole day in bed I've been off able to talk with people so for me a luckily fortunately for me it's been a quite mild but as soon as I learned I had been exposed to people who tested positive we have been locked down here inside the houses you know Italy's been locked down people have been asked told they have to remain at home but since I had had exposure to positive cases I was absolutely not allowed to leave the house and even left the house to take out the trash in fact our neighbors just brought some groceries to us and left them on the front doorstep so we have taken from the moment I learned that I was exposed to positive cases we've taken this quarantine seriously because you have to stop the

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