Doris Burke reveals she tested positive for coronavirus
Another individual from the NBA world has tested positive for the coronavirus.
ESPN’s Doris Burke revealed on “The Woj Pod” that she tested positive for COVID-19. She revealed that she began experiencing symptoms on March 11, when she was calling a game for ESPN.
Burke said she did not experience many of the symptoms that are typically associated with the virus. She described her main symptoms as extreme fatigue and headaches. She also experienced a modest fever. Burke received news of her positive test on Wednesday evening.
The analyst added that she is feeling much better now and has been symptom-free. She urged listeners to listen to experts, practice social distancing, and wash their hands often.
Burke divulges her diagnosis just as the first NBA players to test positive have been cleared to leave quarantine. Burke fell ill around the same time, so it’s no surprise that she is free of symptoms now. This is scary news, but it’s great that she is feeling better and appears to have beaten the virus.