Six CBS News employees have been diagnosed with COVID-19, including foreign correspondent Seth Doane. Appearing on “CBS This Morning” on Monday from his home in Rome, Italy, Doane described his symptoms, testing and coronavirus diagnosis, and his experience living under quarantine.His first symptom, he said, was, “I coughed a little bit, just enough to worry the people I was with here. We were out working covering this story. I started to have a little bit of a cough that worried me. For the most part, I feel okay. As we know, this is a deadly virus. It can be incredibly serious, a major respiratory illness. So far I’ve been lucky. I’ve had a chest pressure almost like you feel like you’ve done a big chest workout. I’ve had a little bit of a cough. I had a relatively mild fever. I’ve had kind of weird aches and pains in places I’m not used to. But honestly, I feel like I’ve had colds and flus worse than this. I’ve never been totally out for the whole day in bed. I’ve been up, able to talk with people. So for me, luckily, it’s been quite mild. Italy, France and Spain report more coronavirus deaths”But

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