Stephen A. Smith, the host of ESPN’s First Take, made a significant statement concerning his health on Tuesday morning. COVID-19 has been found in the charismatic TV personality.
“I’ve been diagnosed with COVID-19. Smith revealed on First Take, “I have the coronavirus.” “This is something I discovered over the weekend. Prior to the weekend, I was tested three times last week.”
Smith then admitted that he is experiencing minor symptoms. That hasn’t prevented him from bringing his A-game to the show on Tuesday. The mainstream media wishes Smith the best of luck in his recovery.
“It’s great to see Stephen A. ranting and screaming about the Nets and Kyrie Irving so immediately after this opener,” Sports Illustrated’s Jimmy Traina sai
Naturally, the mainstream press wishes Smith the good luck for the future in his recuperation.
ESPN insider Chris Mortensen tweeted, “Here’s a prayer up for Stephen A. Smith, who just stated on First Take about having COVID-19 with symptoms.” “He’s been vaccinated.” We haven’t received any boosters yet, but we’re thinking about SAS and hoping for his recovery.”
According to Mortensen, Smith has so far not received his booster shot.
Smith’s position for this week could change as a result of this diagnosis. After all, it doesn’t make logical sense for someone like him to work such a busy schedule while suffering with COVID-19.
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