Fox Nation Host Nancy Grace And Family Contract COVID-19, Isolating At Home
Fox Nation host Nancy Grace, her husband, mother and teenage twins have all tested postive for COVID-19 and are isolating at home.Grace’s 88-year-old mother was the initial positive test in the family on Monday. She is hospitalized in Georgia. On Wednesday, Grace, her husband, David Linch, and 13-year-old twins John David and Lucy Elizabeth also tested positive. It is unclear what, if any, contact they had with Grace’s mother.
Former prosecutor Grace left her primetime show on CNN sister station HLN network in October after a dozen years. In November 2019, she joined Fox News’ streaming service, Fox Nation, to host Crime Stories with Nancy Grace, modeled after her HLN network show.
Grace and her husband apparently have more severe cases of COVID-19 than their children, reporting the classic sign of losing their sense of smell and experiencing flu-like symptoms. Their children have milder symptoms of headaches and sore throats.
Grace started on Court TV (later changed to TruTV), then moved to HLN in 2005. She is known as a crime victim crusader, following high-profile trials like Scott Peterson, Amanda Knox and the Duke lacrosse players.
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