source from CNA

(Singapore, Nov 10, 2022)— Channel News Asia presenter Julie Yoo, who fainted live on air on Wednesday, is feeling better, according to Mediacorp under which CNA operates.

However, Mediacorp didn’t release any detailed information about her health or what illness she probably got.

Nor did Fortune Times spot any updated posts on her personal Facebook or Linked-in about about her health by 6pm on Nov 10, 2022.

The video when she fainted went viral with more than 24,000 views on The Online Citizen alone in 19 hours.

Yoo is covering UN’s COP27 climate talks in Egypt from Nov 6 to Nov 18. She was on a live televised program during CNA’s Asia Tonight when she fainted.

“She was feeling a little unwell due to dehydration and low blood sugar,” said the national broadcaster in a statement on Wednesday night.

Yoo, who co-hosts CNA’s flagship morning show Asia First, has since sought medical help accompanied by a colleague and is now feeling better, Mediacorp said, noting that she will be resting tonight and will be back on air tomorrow.”

It also added. “We would like to thank everyone for their concern.”