Sure Signs You Have COVID Now, Like Larry King
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Sure Signs You Have COVID Now, Like Larry King For a certain generation of TV viewers, Larry King, 87, will always be the go-to guy for interviews with notable newsmakers—the man still hosts a show called Larry King Now. This week he made headlines himself, for an all-too-familiar reason: King has been hospitalized with COVID-19. CNN—where King hosted a show for 25 years—was the first to report the news, saying King "has been hospitalized at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles for more than a week," according to a source. "Due to protocols at the hospital, King's three sons have been unable to visit him." King is what experts would call "high risk" because of medical issues like diabetes, and a history of lung cancer and heart attacks. How to know if you might be infected? Read on—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus. 
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