George Stephanopoulos Signs Up for Clinical Trial to Donate Plasma After Coronavirus

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Lorenzo Bevilaqua/ABC via Getty Images

George Stephanopoulos is wanting to help others who’ve tried positive for the coronavirus. During Monday’s scene of Good Morning America, the 59-year-old co-stay uncovered that he has joined to give his blood plasma following his recuperation from COVID-19.

“A week ago, I pursued one of those clinical preliminaries for recouped COVID patients to give blood plasma to perceive how that could help with treatment going into the future,” he shared. “That procedure started a week ago and I likewise stepped through one of those exams that shows I built up the antibodies to fend off the infection, so I’ve cleared the infection presently, I’m completely recuperated.”

“I want to finish that blood plasma gift soon,” he included. “I’m anticipating making that gift in the coming days and weeks.”

Stephanopoulos tried positive for the infection recently in the wake of filling in as his better half Ali Wentworth’s parental figure in the midst of her own COVID-19 fight. Wentworth left confinement a week ago and applauded Stephanopoulos, who stayed asymptomatic, for his help during her wellbeing battles.

“He instinctually knew when I required my temperature taken,” she said during a virtual Jimmy Kimmel Live appearance. “He didn’t need to wash me or anything, yet he brought me nourishment and chicken soup and lemonade. He was really a demigod.”

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