Sharon Osbourne reveals she’s tested positive for coronavirus and was briefly hospitalized amid virusThe Talk star tweeted that she’s ‘recuperating at a location away from Ozzy’She said her rock legend husband has tested negative Her co-host Carrie Ann Inaba tested positve last week for virus More than 300K people in U.S. have died amid pandemic
Sharon Osbourne said she’s tested positive for coronavirus.
‘I wanted to share I’ve tested positive for Covid 19,’ Osbourne, 68, tweeted Monday. ‘After a brief hospitalization, I’m now recuperating at a location away from Ozzy (who has tested negative) while The Talk is on scheduled hiatus.’
She implored her fans, ‘Everyone please stay safe and healthy.’
The latest: Sharon Osbourne, 68, tweeted on Monday that she’s tested positive for coronavirus. She was snapped last month filming The Talk
One of her co-hosts on the program, Carrie Ann Inaba, said last week that she tested positive in an Instagram post, saying she suffered ‘lots of aches and pains’ and a coughing fever ahead of the test, which sidelined her from the CBS show for a week.
Sheryl Underwood said during the broadcast Thursday, ‘As you can see, Carrie Ann is not here with us today … she found out this morning that she tested positive for COVID-19.
‘Obviously, our thoughts are with her, we love her, and we’re praying for a full recovery. And, out of an abundance of caution, Mrs. O will be doing the show from home today, even though she tested negative for the coronavirus.’
Sharon said on the show, ‘I send all my love and prayers to Carrie Ann.’
The TV personality implored her fans, ‘Everyone please stay safe and healthy’
Trying year: In January, Ozzy Osbourne said that he was living with Parkinson’s disease
The ailments come as the talk show has concluded its production for the remainder of 2020.
The show is slated to undergo some personnel changes, with Eve and Marie Osmond leaving, with incoming replacements Elaine Welteroth and Amanda Kloots (who lost her husband Nick Cordero at 42 to coronavirus complications this past July).
In January, Ozzy Osbourne, 72, said on Good Morning America that he was living with Parkinson’s disease.
‘I’m not good at secrets. I cannot walk around with it anymore,’ he said. ‘I feel better now of owning up to the fact that I have a case of Parkinson’s.’
Speaking with GQ last month, Ozzy said his preexisting conditions: ‘I’ve got emphysema, so if I get this virus, I’m f****d.’
As of Monday, on a global level, 1,620,490 people have died amid more than 72,824,936 positive diagnoses worldwide, according to Johns Hopkins University. The death total for COVID-19 in the U.S. was at 300,477 people, with 16,516,874 total positive diagnoses.
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