Joe Rogan, The Popular US Podcast Host Says He Has Covid-19, See How He’s Doing Now
During this unprecedented time of Covid-19, we have seen our loved ones die. Many of us were caught by this deadly virus but luckily we recovered. By the grace of God, our scientists have discovered the vaccine and vaccination campaigns continue in all countries.
But recently, a very popular American podcast got into controversy when he commented that he did not get vaccinated against covid. Joe Rogan asked this to his 13.1 million followers on Instagram. However, he is back in the news headlines for yet another reason.
|Full name||Joseph James Rogan|
|Date of birth||August 11, 1967|
|Place of birth||New Jersey, United States|
|Net worth||$100 million|
Joe Rogan is covid positive
Joe Rogan has announced that he has Covid-19. Rogan had gone to attend a show in Florida and when he returned, he began to feel depressed. Rogan had a headache and felt “very tired.” Taking precautions, he isolated himself from the family. He then took a Covid test and the results came back positive.
The doctors prescribed all the important drugs, including ivermectin, which has not yet been approved to prove its effectiveness against covid-19. Now, after three days of treatment, he is “very well”. But still, he would have to be in quarantine and the treatment will continue. Therefore, her show that was scheduled for Friday in Nashville will be postponed to October 24.
In a post, Joe Rogan thanked modern medicine for helping him recover so quickly from the deadly virus. However, we do not know for now if he is vaccinated or not.
Joe Rogan created controversy many times and sometimes it just happens because of the way he says things. But people enjoy his stand-up comedy and his jokes.
Joe’s career took a new turn after the release of his podcast: The Joe Rogan Experience on Spotify. It was such a hit that his podcast made around $100 million on Spotify last year. He has millions of fans on his social media accounts.
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