MORE: What we learned from Stephen Curry’s Q&A with Dr. Anthony FauciBurke ended up at her home in Philadelphia, but from March 14 to 17, she couldn’t get out of bed for more than five minutes without needing to rest again. On St. Patrick’s Day, despite facing a “moral dilemma” about the availability of testing kits in the United States, she decided to get tested for COVID-19 at a local hospital. “Even though my symptoms did not seem to line up with the typical symptoms,” Burke said, “I believed, given the nature of my profession, the number of people I encounter, that I did in fact have exposure to the virus.” Doris Burke revealed on Friday’s edition of “The Woj Pod” that she tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19) earlier this week but is currently symptom-free and recovering well.The ESPN analyst told Adrian Wojnarowski that she was feeling “extraordinary fatigue” and dealing with intense headaches March 11 ahead of a national TV broadcast of the Nuggets-Mavericks game, which ended up being the final contest before NBA commissioner Adam Silver suspended the 2019-20 season. She considered an early flight back to Los Angeles — she was set to call Lakers and Clippers games on March 15 and 16 — instead of going from the East Coast to LA as she originally planned. Full episode with Doris Burke: https://t.co/1b3QI0qnuj pic.twitter.com/w8PEHOi937— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) March 27, 2020After being tested, Burke received her results on Wednesday, March 25. In the eight days between the coronvirus test and final results, Burke has bounced back, and she is continuing with safe practices and social distancing in quarantine.”I have had no symptoms,” Burke said. “I have felt like myself. I’ve started to disinfect my house and launder absolutely everything in sight. I’m so incredibly thankful to be feeling well. … I just would want people to know it’s important to social distance and to continue to function with all good practices of hand-washing, wiping down surfaces. Whatever your trusted medical professionals are telling you, please, please follow those.”After her experience with COVID-19, Burke said she will look into the possibility of donating blood or plasma if it will help others dealing with the virus or those in the health care community working on a vaccine.