NewsBreakthrough vaccination: TV presenter Guido Cantz has Corona

Breakthrough vaccination: TV presenter Guido Cantz has Corona

The “Do you understand fun?” Moderator is, in his own words, corona-positive. His double vaccination seems to at least save him from serious consequences: “I’m fine.”

Cologne – The TV presenter Guido Cantz (50) claims to have tested positive for Corona. “I can’t say when and where I got infected. I have been vaccinated twice and have been testing myself daily for 14 days, ”Cantz wrote on Facebook on Thursday.

In the comments on his post, some users put a possible connection to 11.11. in Cologne: Cantz had opened the carnival session on stage at Cologne’s Heumarkt.

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