"On the night of Passover, I got good news, that I think the worst of this is over for me," the CNN anchor said.
CNN host Chris Cuomo said President Donald Trump calling himself "a cheerleader for this country" when confronted with earlier statements that appeared to minimize the coronavirus threat "the most asinine statement of leadership I have ever heard" on Tuesday.
Broadcasting from his home, the CNN anchor described how he was urged by a medical expert to actively fight the disease.
CNN host Chris Cuomo told his audience Wednesday that the high fever he experienced during a sleepless night while suffering from COVID-19 brought with it a vision of his late father, former New York Governor Mario Cuomo.
"Tonight's show is going to be a little different," the CNN anchor said during his Tuesday show. "I tested positive."
"Cuomo said he'd continue to do his show for as long as he can in isolation from his basement. We respect that, too. So, Godspeed to the Cuomo family. We are rooting for you."
The CNN host said he hopes not to infect his wife and children.
The Vermont senator was outlining his plans during the town hall in South Carolina how he will fund his health program.
The "Cuomo Prime Time" host said Americans should be angry that senators voted not to allow evidence in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
Sen. Joe Manchin, a West Virginia Democrat, told CNN's Chris Cuomo that he believes GOP support is waning for allowing witnesses at the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump due to "a tremendous amount of pressure."
The president revisited the insult to describe the CNN host that he has sparred with on social media in 2019.
CNN anchor Chris Cuomo argued Republican congressman Randy Weber about conspiracy theories that claim cybersecurity company CrowdStrike is partially owned by a Ukrainian.
The CNN host commented that there would be no one to stop the president if he decided to change the name of the Republican Party to Team Trump.
Former White House Press Secretary Anthony Scaramucci appeared on CNN to discuss the book "A Warning" and suggested Trump is senile.
The pair discussed whether the Democrats and Republicans had reacted to the inquiries into their presidents in the same way.
Democratic Representative Mikie Sherrill told CNN's Chris Cuomo that President Donald Trump was "clearly" worthy of impeachment Thursday night, adding that the president was "going against the Constitution."
"I don't watch CNN because it's fake news," Trump said. "But I watched Rudy take apart Fredo. Fredo's performance was incompetent, Rudy took him apart."
Personal Counsel to President Trump says he had 'tangentially involved' information on Biden investigated, but didn't directly investigate Biden or his son.
Analyst told network host Chris Cuomo that Trump is obsessed with his predecessor.
Lisa "Kennedy" Montgomery of Fox Business suggested that muscle-enhancing steroids used by bodybuilders could be why CNN's Chris Cuomo—who is not a bodybuilder—could be behind his angry tirade at a heckler.
Sean Hannity stood firmly behind Chris Cuomo over the viral video of him taking on a heckler after President Donald Trump chided Republicans for supporting the CNN anchor.
"Help us annoy Chris Cuomo and buy your "Fredo Unhinged Tee" now!" the copy on the site reads. The shirt sells for $34.00 and purchases count as a contribution to the Trump 2020 campaign.
During a heated exchange with a man in New York City on Sunday, the CNN host claimed the name "Fredo" was equivalent to the "n-word."
Fredo Corleone, considered the weakest brother, betrays his younger brother, ultimately costing him his life.
The president's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., shared to Twitter a clip of someone using Fredo as an insult during Chris Cuomo's CNN show.
After being called "Fredo," Cuomo used several profane words in a counterattack, even threatening to throw the man down a flight of stairs. Cuomo said it was like being called the n-word.
"You have to think about it! You have to think about whether or not you would support a racist! Really!"
"How did the guy get a TV show?" Carlson asked his viewers as he claimed sons of prominent Democrats get first dibs on top university places.
Former Vice President Joe Biden opened up in an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo about his son Hunter Biden's struggles.
"Some of them… I don't even know what their raison d'être is for running," Bill Maher said of 2020 Democratic candidates.