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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - FEBRUARY 15: Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz speaks to the media during 2020 NBA All-Star - Practice & Media Day at Wintrust Arena on February 15, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois.

NBA player Donovan Mitchell was the second professional basketball player to test positive for the coronavirus. Mitchell’s teammate Rudy Gobert was the first.

On Monday (Mar. 16), Mitchell chatted with Good Morning America‘s  Robin Roberts via video chat while the NBA star was in isolation.  Mitchell gave an update on his current condition.

When Roberts asked Mitchell how he was feeling, he responded, “I’m fine, things are going well. Just in isolation, I got a unique setup. Got no fever, no symptoms as of right now and just blessed to be okay, Right now, the biggest thing for me is to just stay in isolation and just keep to myself.”

Mitchell went on to explain that he didn’t have any symptoms when he was tested. “I’m really blessed that that’s what’s the case,” Mitchell said.

He then explained what the coronavirus testing experience was like. “It’s really interesting. It was as swab in the throat,” Mitchell said before explaining that the testing was “unique” and he ended up crying during it.

“That’s the scariest part about this virus is that you may seem fine, be fine, and you never know who you may be talking to and who they’re going home to.” Watch the clip below.

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