The VIPs gather around Carlo Conti to give him strength, after the announcement of the positivity at Covid-19
Positive vip at Covid-19, messages from fans and colleagues
VIPs huddle around Carlo Conti after the news of his Coronavirus positivity. The host announced on Instagram that he had contracted the virus: "I want to be the one to tell you that unfortunately I tested positive for Covid – he said -. I'm at home, practically asymptomatic, but under medical supervision ”. Many have commented on the presenter's post, from Mara Venier to Andrea Delogu, passing through Caterina Balivo, Rita Dalla Chiesa and Giovanni Ciacci.
Giulio Golia, envoy of the hyenas who has come to terms with the disease, invited Carlo to "not underestimate anything", while Gerry Scotti, who a few days ago announced that he was positive, wrote: "Another thing in common! Come on Carlo, I embrace you ”. A message from Pago, competitor of Tale and Quali Show, could not be missing. "Damn, it didn't take – he said, addressing the conductor -, but you will know how to defeat him and face everything as always, in a great way".
According to initial information, Carlo Conti's positivity did not cause problems for the Tale and Which Show team. The program will air regularly and the presenter will take him from his home, where he is in solitary confinement. Conti joins the long list of VIPs who have contracted the virus. Many of them have already found innovative solutions to drive their transmissions. Gerry Scotti, for example, has announced that he will not give up Tu Sì Que Vales. The host was on his way to the show's studios before discovering he was positive for Coronavirus.
“I was very strict – said the presenter -. In the family we are on the verge of paranoid. I don't see friends and I don't even see my son. I swab because on Monday I would have had to go to Rome by train to record 'Tu si que vales' and of course we have to be checked, so on Saturday morning I swab and I tested positive […] However, I don't give up – he concluded -. I register from home and I repeat to everyone: prudence for those who do not have Covid and courage for those who have it ".