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WDIV's Evrod Cassimy shares update on COVID-19 recovery

Melody Baetens
The Detroit News

Last week WDIV-TV (Channel 4) announced the station's morning anchor Evrod Cassimy had tested positive for COVID-19.

Sunday, the newsman posted an update on his condition to social media. 

Evrod Cassimy is a morning anchor on WDIV-TV and a singer. He will perform at a fundraiser Friday night at Cass Tech.

"I went outside in my backyard this morning. I breathed in the fresh air and let the sun hit my face. I haven’t felt this good in almost two weeks," he wrote on Twitter. "I’m still recovering but I have no pain and no weakness right now. God. Is. Good. I can’t stop smiling. It feels so good to smile."

"I WILL beat his," he said on social media at the start of the weekend. 

Cassimy, who is also a singer and songwriter, is a Michigan native who joined Channel 4 in 2013. 

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