WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley has announced that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
Foley announced his positive diagnosis on his Twitter account. According to Foley, his positive test came after a recent virtual signing.
In a video included in the Tweet, Foley stated that, during the virtual signing on December 18, he had been alone with just two other people in a room. While they were wearing masks, Foley took of his mask briefly to help with the signing.
After that, one of the other people reported having COVID symptoms, and when Foley found out, he isolated himself and got tested.
Foley reported experiencing COVID symptoms such as loss of smell, diminished hearing, body aches, and fatigue. According to him, as he quarantined, he missed spending the holidays with his family.
Foley has been taking precautions since the start of the pandemic, reducing his workload and getting tested often. According to him, he has had 12 coronavirus tests in the past 11 months, but this is the first time he tested positive.