Serena Grandi worried about the positivity of the Chiambretti puts you in autoquarantena: “I had a bad fever”
The news of the possible positivity of Piero Chiambretti at COVID-19 ( which has not yet been confirmed) has resulted in a shake-up in the world of the show saw that the conductor, de La Repubblica delle donne, had met various people before the program was suspended. Among these, there is also Serena Grandi yesterday, she said she was very worried about this news. The actress has released statements to the Ap, in speaking of his current situation and what had happened before the program Network 4 was suspended: “I was by Piero Chiambretti twice, we hugged and kissed and waiting to understand what kind of protocol I have taken I autoquarantena’.
Remember that Chiambretti at the moment is in hospital in Turin with her mother. This news was confirmed while we await the results of the buffer to verify its positivity.
‘I am so very sorry for Piero – says the actress-I hope to heal soon. I am worried too much for elderly mother. I am hypochondriac and I am worried but for now I'm fine.’
In his statements to the press agency, the actress also points out another thing. “Now that I think of it -revealed - after being a guest with him I had a bad fever and cough only lasted a few days and I thought that it had been caused by the radiotherapy that I had to submit to a breast cancer. Go to know! -continues - after Chiambretti have been guest for two times also by Barbara D'urso, " says the Great - we hope to finish everything for the best.“
The words of Serena Grandi also make us understand how was the right choice to suspend some of the programs that would be put at risk, because of the meetings too close together, and the presence in the same study, many people. Not only the guests but also all those who work to ensure the success of a program, behind the cameras.
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