Fox 2’s Maurielle Lue hopes to be home ‘soon’ after COVID-19 hospitalization

Detroit — Maurielle Lue, a newscaster with WJBK-TV, remains hospitalized with COVID-19, but may be on her way home soon, according to an Instagram post Friday.

“I am doing much better,” Lue, 36, the Fox 2 anchor, said near the start of the 24-minute video.

“I should be coming home soon,” she says about four minutes in.

She said she didn’t know anymore how long she had been hospitalized, but guessed it was about a week.

“COVID’ll get you,” Lue said.

Last week:Fox 2’s Maurielle Lue struggling with COVID-19

Tears welling up, Lue said: “I’m trying not to get emotional. This has been very difficult.”

Lue called the sickness “one of the hardest things I have ever gone through.”

“I’m learning about myself and my own strength,” Lue said.

Friends and colleagues have sent teddy bears, cards and balloons, Lue said, showing off a blue bear sent by Fox 2 colleague Ryan Ermani.

Lue said she believes this is her second time with the illness.

“I’m very weak,” Lue said. Her plan for Friday night was to eat dinner and watch a Godzilla movie.

Sam Son

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