This weekend, Tesla CEO and tech mogul Elon Musk revealed that he “most likely” has COVID-19.
While responding to a Twitter user who asked if he had the disease, Musk emphasized that although he got “completely different results” from multiple tests, he most likely survived a “moderate case” of COVID-19.
Musk’s admission comes after he claimed early Friday morning that he had been tested for COVID-19 “four times” and had mixed results.
With his likely recent diagnosis, Musk also described the personal symptoms and treatments he was relying on while fighting the virus.
He also delved into it while describing how he was tested for COVID-19.
Musk’s diagnosis of COVID-19 arrived during a big weekend for his rocket maker SpaceX, which launched the first operational flight of its Crew Dragon spacecraft with NASA this evening.
And even though Musk was recovering from his diagnosis, he still celebrated the anniversary of the successful launch.
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