Gerry Scotti positive at Covid, is in the studio in Tu si que vales because the program is recorded

You are worth it airs regularly on Saturday 31 October on Canale5. They sit in their place of talent show judges Maria De Filippi, Rudy Zerbi, Teo Mammucari and Gerry Scotti. Just the latter announced only a few days ago that he was a result positive to Covid but he is in the studio regularly, alongside colleagues. The positivity at Covid, in fact, is not linked to participation in the show. The stakes of You are worth it are registered well in advance. Scotti, therefore, was able to participate in the shooting when he was not yet positive.

The announcement of Gerry Scotti: “I am positive at Covid”

Gerry announced that he tested positive for Covid just a few days ago. At the moment he is at home, under medical supervision. They have been the recordings of Free Fall suspended, the early evening that leads to Canale5. “I wanted to be the one to tell you: I contracted COVID-19. I’m at home, under medical supervision. Thank you all for your affection and interest”, Wrote the presenter in the message posted on Instagram in which he announced that he had tested positive for the coronavirus. At the moment, he would be in solitary confinement in Milan.

Stop shooting for Free Fall

If the stakes of You are worth it, already recorded, continue to air regularly with Gerry fixed in the studio, it could go differently for Caduta Libera, the early evening show hosted by Scotti. The recordings of the program have been temporarily suspended to allow Scotti to recover in the necessary time. To the Corriere della Sera who reached it, the conductor confessed:

I was very strict. In the family we are on the verge of paranoid. I don’t see friends and I don’t even see my son. I took the swab because on Monday I had to go to Rome by train to record ‘Tu si que vales’ and of course we have to be checked, so on Saturday morning I swab and I tested positive.

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