Larry King Reportedly Hospitalized With COVID-19
Legendary talk show host Larry King was reportedly hospitalized after testing positive for COVID-19. A source close to King’s family confirmed the news, according to ABC News.
The source said, “Larry has battled so many health problems in the past few years and he fights that problem hard too, he’s a champion.” King is currently hospitalized at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
King has been found to have suffered from medical problems in the past. As early as 1987 he suffered from a heart attack. He announced back in 2017 that he was being treated for lung cancer. In 2019 he had an angioplasty and also suffered from a stroke.
Last year he unfortunately lost two of his five children within a month. His son Andy died of a heart attack in July and his daughter Chaia died of lung cancer in August.
King hosted CNN’s Larry King Live for 25 years, interviewing some of the biggest names in a variety of industries. On Saturday, the point of sale reported that he has been in the hospital with COVID for more than a week and his children have not been able to visit him due to the hospital protocol.
Legendary talk show host and former CNN interviewer Larry King has Covid-19 and has been hospitalized in Los Angeles for more than a week, according to a close family source: //t.co/B6TEaaFLBY
– CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) January 2, 2021
No further information about his condition was disclosed. We will keep you updated.
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