Good Morning America co-host, Michael Strahan, tests positive for COVID-19
Former New York Giants football star and current Good Morning America co-host Michael Strahan has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a Thursday morning tweet from the ABC morning show.
The 49-year-old has not appeared on GMA this week as he is self-quarantining at home; the star says he is feeling okay.
Strahan, a father of four, joined GMA in 2016, after having co-hosted the syndicated morning show Live! with Kelly & Michael since 2012. He and co-host Kelly Ripa shared back-to-back Daytime Emmys for Outstanding Entertainment Talk Show Host in 2015 and 2016.
The entertainment mogul also runs his own production company, SMAC Entertainment, and co-founded the media-content company Religion of Sports with Tom Brady and Gotham Chopra.
TMZ first reported the news of Strahan’s positive test.
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