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Neil Cavuto says he was hospitalized with Covid pneumonia and returned to Fox News weeks after fans noticed the absence

NEIL Cavuto said he was hospitalized with Covid-19 pneumonia when he returned to Fox News on Monday.

Concern was aroused after viewers noticed that Cavuto hasn’t appeared on the channel recently.

Neil Cavuto is back on the channel on Monday

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Neil Cavuto is back on the channel on MondayCredit: Fox Business
Cavuto is battling Covid pneumonia in intensive care

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Cavuto is battling Covid pneumonia in intensive careCredit: Getty Images – Getty

“Welcome everyone, I’m Neil Cavuto… today’s replacement for… well, Neil Cavuto!” he said this morning.

He continued to address speculations that he had become ill, or even died, before confessing the real reason for his disappearance.

“I got Covid again … but a far, much more serious problem … what doctors call Covid pneumonia,” he said.

“It’s been putting me in Intensive Care for quite some time and it’s really understandable. Some of you who want to get me out of my misery are close to getting what you want. wish! So sorry to let you down!”

The presenter went on to address how the Covid vaccine has helped him fight the virus.

“But no, the vaccine didn’t cause it. That grass knot theory has been put forward a lot. My very poor immune system happened. Because I had cancer and now I am. I’m having Multiple Sclerosis, I’m one of three vulnerable people the percentage of the population that can’t sustain the full benefits of the vaccine In other words, it simply doesn’t last.

“But let me be clear, the doctors say that if I hadn’t been vaccinated, I wouldn’t be here. It provides some defense, but that’s still better than no defense. Yes. Probably not a great consolation for some of you. And honestly, not a great consolation for me either!”

Cavuto is one of the most popular hosts of Fox News with over 500,000 followers on Twitter.

He hosts three shows on Fox Network, Your World with Neil Cavuto, Cavuto Live – both on Fox News – and Cavuto: Coast to Coast on sister channel Fox Business Network.

Despite his busy schedule, Cavuto has gone missing from all of his Fox Network shows over the past few weeks.

The news host last hosted Cavuto: Coast to Coast on January 11, as the show saw a host of guest hosts.

As of January 12, all CavutoThe shows have been hosted by Fox reporters Charles PayneAshley Webster, Edward Lawrence, David Asman, Sandra Smith or Jackie DeAngelis.

On January 17, Payne tweeted that he was hosting Your World with Neil Cavuto.

America Reports co-manager Smith hosted the program on January 20 and 21.

Payne returns as a guest on the show next week.

Fox News declined to comment when approached by The US Sun regarding Cavuto’s condition.

Despite his absence, Cavuto’s official Twitter account has continued to announce the hosts and update the latest episodes of his show.

HEALTH BATTLES

The Fox host has faced health concerns for most of his career.

In 1987, Cavuto was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma – a cancer that attacks the body’s immune system.

He was diagnosed just a few years into his career after graduating from St. Bonaventure with a degree in mass communication in 1980.

He received radiation and chemotherapy, but the TV personality began experiencing disturbing symptoms again ten years later.

“I tripped and fell,” the Fox News host remembers the summer of 1997, when he explained Everyone in the year 2002.

“I will get goosebumps when I wake up. My legs are like walking on stilts”.

But the symptoms are not actually due to lymphoma. Instead, he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, a neurodegenerative disease.

“For three or four days, I was silent,” he told People.

“I don’t want to talk to anyone. I was very angry with the world. What the hell have I done? Was I a Nazi jumper in a past life? “

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