MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Shares COVID-19 Experience, Said Partner Battled The Virus

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Rachel Maddow experienced COVID-19 firsthand and warns her fellow Americans to acknowledge the seriousness of this virus, according to TMZ.

Susan Mikula fought for her life against the coronavirus.

Maddow revealed that her longtime partner, Susan, was getting “sicker and sicker.”

Susan, fortunately, will most likely recover.

“For Thanksgiving next week, you really are just going to have it at home without people coming over. Yeah, that’s going to suck, but it’s going to suck so much less than you or someone in your family getting sick. Trust me!”

Maddow tested negative for COVID-19.

More from TMZ:

The MSNBC host returned to her show Thursday night after a 2-week hiatus and revealed her partner of 21 years, Susan Mikula, has been battling the virus and revealed things got so bleak they thought she might die.

Maddow announced on November 6 she was taking a break from the show after coming in close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19. It wasn’t until Thursday she revealed that person was Susan.