Jeopardy! host Mayim Bialik has tested positive for COVID-19, she announced on Instagram on Monday.
Bialik noted that she is experiencing symptoms, including chest tightness, and explained she is immunocompromised and suffers from asthma and a thyroid condition.
In a follow-up video posted on Tuesday, the Jeopardy! host told viewers, "I'm feeling a little bit better. Still some congestion. A little less exhausted than yesterday, which was a nice treat to not have to sleep as much as I felt like sleeping."
Bialik's 16-year-old son has also been diagnosed with COVID-19.
A representative for Jeopardy! confirmed to Primetimer that the show has finished filming for the season, so Bialik's diagnosis will not affect production.
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