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Ali Wentworth tests positive for coronavirus

American actress Ali Wentworth, famous for her role as Staci Cole in hit TV series Nightcap and wife to former television anchor and White House Communications Director George Stephanopoulos, has tested positive for the COVID-19 infection, and has posted on social media warning her fans to not take the disease lightly, saying that the high fever, terrible body aches, and breathing problems are "pure misery".

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