Latest news now has it the CNN business news anchor have got positive to coronavirus.

The news was posted on the social media when the video of the journalist surfaced online telling the entire world that he has tested positive to coronavirus.

His wife also confirmed the news when she tweeted saying that her husband Richard Quest has caught covid-19 and at the moment he is not showing any nasty symptoms  hence he is still broadcasting live on CNN.

“My husband Richard Quest tells us that he has tested positive for the coronavirus. He doesn’t have nasty symptoms yet hence he’s still broadcasting on CNN, he’s still feeling fresh. Speedy recovery Rich!”

“Wow! @richardquest announcing at the end of his show that he tested positive for #Covid_19. Powerful broadcast. Expresses gratitude that he doesn’t have any of the horrific symptoms. This is good move. Transparency & human connection will hopefully avoid stigma & complacency” Redi Tweeted.

 

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Many people have wished him  strength and courage  saying that Richard should  take care and get well soon.

Richard Quest has since been on   CNN’s  international business corespondent and also  a presenter of Quest Means Business.

Quest Means Business, which airs weekdays at 1600ET/2200CET on CNN International, destroys the myth that business is boring, bridging the gap between hard economics and entertaining television.

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CEOs and global finance ministers make a point of appearing on QMB. Guests of the show have included world leaders such as David Cameron and Petr Necas of the Czech Republic; the biggest names in banking such as Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan Chase and Robert Zoellick, the former President of the World Bank; European policy makers including IMF boss Christine Lagarde, EC President Jose Manuel Barroso, and former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn; and some of the most influential names in corporate America including DreamWorks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg and Ford CEO Alan Mulally.