Lisa Rinna Says She Experienced a Coronavirus Scare with Daughter Delilah Belle Hamlin

Lisa Rinna Says She Experienced a Coronavirus Scare with Daughter Delilah Belle Hamlin

After experiencing symptoms, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills daughter's test came back negative.

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Lisa Rinna is focusing on the health and well-being of her family as she self-isolates in her Beverly Hills home, along with husband Harry Hamlin, and their daughters Delilah and Amelia, amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

While speaking with The Los Angeles Times about her life in self-quarantine, Lisa shared, "First of all, we’re protecting Harry at all costs. If [he] got sick, what would we do?"

She then went on to open up about a scary incident in which the family thought Delilah might have been infected with the coronavirus. "We thought that Delilah had it, and so we quarantined her in her bedroom for the last five days until her test came back," Lisa shared. "Thankfully, she doesn’t have it. It was negative. But listen, we got to keep Harry Hamlin healthy at all costs because he goes down, we all go down."

Lisa said that Delilah had been experiencing "all the symptoms" of the coronavirus. When they spoke to Delilah's pediatrician and an ear, nose, and throat doctor, "they were both convinced that she had it," according to Lisa. "That was on the weekend. And so by Monday, we had heard there was a test out at a pediatric hospital or something, but she had to go there and she had to sit there and the doctors didn’t want her to do that," Lisa recalled. "So then our ear, nose and throat doctor said come down. We drove into the alley, nurse came down, Delilah had to literally do the test on [her]self, stick that thing up her nose put it back in a tube and then give it to the nurse who’s like all covered up."

Lisa added that Harry also wanted to be tested for coronavirus, but he was unable to do so. "Harry wanted to be tested too and they wouldn’t test Harry because he didn’t have any symptoms," Lisa shared. "So, what I will tell you is tests are not that available, and it is hard to get them. And I think that’s a problem."

For the latest, most accurate information on coronavirus, go to the World Health Organization (WHO) website.

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