Amadeus positive at Covid, participation in the Agnes award is skipped

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Amadeus is positive for Coronavirus. The tenant should have picked up the XIV Biagio Agnes Award – International Journalism and Information Award, TV event hosted by Mara Venier and Alberto Matano. The appointment will be broadcast on Rai 1 next July 5th, but could not participate to the recording of the broadcast, while receiving a very warm applause from the audience present. The event took place in the Campidoglio in Rome, in the presence of the mayor Roberto Gualtieri.

Amadeus, after the announcement of the first news on the Sanremo Festival 2023 (which will be co-hosted by Chiara Ferragni in the first and last episode), has not been able to participate in any program in recent days, due to the infection. His health condition shouldn’t worry the public because Amadeus would be asymptomatic.

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The last official photo dates back to the conduct of The Beauty of family (event aired on the flagship network on June 22), in the presence of Pope Francis from the Paul VI Hall in the Vatican, which saw the participation of Il Volo. To release the Instagram profile shared with the second wife and colleague Giovanna Civitello, mother of her second son Josè Alberto, 13 years old (the first daughter, Alice, now 25 years old, seen on the stage of the Ariston, is the daughter of the first consort, Marisa Di Martino).

After the success of The usual unknownthe early evening game show inherited from Fabrizio Frizzi, the conductor will be the protagonist again in the autumn of the program Arena ’60 ’70 ’80 which debuted last season. The Nineties will be added to the Verona Arena from 12 to 14 September (the broadcast on Rai Uno will take place 17 and 24 September and then 1 October).

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In short, a very full agenda that includes for the fourth time the organization of the Ligurian singing festival (there will already be a fifth already confirmed)on stage from 7 to 11 February 2023. This time, however, the 59-year-old Emilian conductor had just started enjoying a few days of family vacation, after the efforts of the last few months, but was interrupted by the Coronavirus.

And to think that the conductor had managed to escape the virus with rigid protocols and anti-Covid procedures during all transmissions. He was so confident of the outcome that this year at Sanremo Festival he hadn’t foreseen any plan B in case he got sick.

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