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The View contributor Ana Navarro reveals she tested positive for COVID-19

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Ana Navarro has become the latest star on The View to contract COVID-19.The journalist, 50, who is fully vaccinated, revealed she tested positive for the virus on Friday's episode of the show.'Just before the show started I got a call from Christine, our COVID nurse, and the PCR I took yesterday came out negative so I am now positive for COVID,' Ana revealed. 'I'm feeling no symptoms':Ana Navarro has become the latest star on The View to contract COVID-19'I'm feeling no symptoms, I'm feeling pretty good.

So far I hope it stays and I did what the CDC recommended - the minute I felt a little bit of a tickle in my throat I assumed I had it.'I've been isolating with my dog and my box of Kleenex and I'm doing pretty good.

So I hope that people stay safe and follow the CDC guidelines.' 'Okay, you look good, you put yourself together really well today, I must say.

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