Morgan Stanley CEO diagnosed with coronavirus in March, since recovered: bank video

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Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman was diagnosed as being infected by the novel coronavirus after first experiencing symptoms nearly a month ago and has fully recovered, according to a video that was sent to the bank’s employees on Thursday.

Gorman, 61, started to feel sick in mid-March, he said. After getting tested and confirmed as having COVID-19, he self-isolated at home but did not stop leading regular calls with Morgan Stanley’s operating committee and board of directors, nor did he experience severe symptoms, he said.

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