LOS ANGELES (AP) – Rachel Madow made an emotional comeback on Thursday on her MSNBC show, saying her partner’s duel with COVID-19 was so serious that they thought it could kill her.
Maddow has been on the air for about two weeks since she revealed she had been in close contact with someone who had tested positive for coronavirus. At the time, Madu did not reveal who she was, but said on Thursday night that it was her partner Susan Mikula.
“At one point we really thought she might kill her, so I was away,”
“She is the center of my life,” she added.
Madow said her partner was recovering and would recover, but at the beginning of her illness she did not look like that. Madou said she had been tested negative for the virus so far.
She hosts MSNBC’s most-watched show and broadcasts from her home, encountering some technical difficulties before exposing their experience with coronavirus.
“Don’t understand it.” “Do what you can to avoid getting it,” Madow said. “For Thanksgiving next week, you’ll really have it at home without people coming.”
Madow said her quarantine would be over soon, but she would “broadcast as long as it’s safe for me to be among my colleagues.”