Young & Restless’s Max page hit by COVID after heart surgery


It’s been one fight after another, but the former day actor comes out on top and stays strong.

To say it’s been a tough year for The young and the restless alum Max Page (ex-Reed) is an understatement, but we’re very happy to report that things have taken a turn – for the better – and he currently has something to look forward to… his first day back at his last year of high school school! His mother Jennifer kept fans updated on Page’s heart battle and revealed last night that the former actor acquired COVID after his last surgery.

In September, Page suffered from sporadic fevers and then had to undergo another surgery to replace his leads and pacemaker, due to his heart disease. However, after his recovery from the procedure, he had an unexpected hospital stay after suffering from COVID “when it was almost time to go back to school.” Fortunately, her symptoms “were mild” and now that her “isolation has been purged”, Page is “super excited to join the last year!” Today!

Jennifer congratulated Page and her brother. “Life gives you legitimate challenges and you handle them well… always focus on the front, boys!”

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And Thursday, October 7, she posted a photo of Page to celebrate her 17th birthday.

We wish the fierce fighter good health and hope he enjoys his final year of high school to the fullest!

Although he’s grown up now, we’ll never forget that his journey began as a daytime star as a child, as so many others did. Check out our gallery below filled with photos of some of the cutest kids in soap.


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