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Ramona Singer Doesn’t Want to "Take Any Chances" Amid Coronavirus Self-Quarantine
The RHONY mom shows how she's staying healthy with Avery and Mario in Florida.
After recently announcing her Lyme disease diagnosis, Ramona Singer has been focusing on staying healthy. The Real Housewives of New York City cast member received some tips from her doctor and decided to share everything in a video tutorial for Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
In the video below, the RHONY cast member says, "Watch What Happens Live with me, Ramona, because I'm in isolation in Florida. I'm going to show you how I'm dealing with the coronavirus with the hand washing."
The clip cuts to Ramona in her bathroom, where she goes through her routine. She explains, "The internest, Dr. Bernard Schayes, who diagnosed me with Lyme disease, I'm listening to what he tells me. He says to me, 'Soap to the elbow. Not just the hands, to the elbow.' So, since my immune system is lower, I'm not even using the liquid. I'm using regular soap. You lather up and I'm going to the elbow, like he says."
The entrepreneur demonstrates how it's done and gives us some more tips from her doctor. She continues, "You don't do it for 20 seconds. In his opinion, Dr. Schayes, you do it for a minute or two. I'm not going to bore you to watch me for a minute or two, but you know what? I'm taking no chances because the virus, I do not want to get in my condition — nor does anyone want to get this in their condition."
Clearly, Ramona is taking this seriously and wants to do everything she can to stay safe. Her self-quarantine update was posted just before her scheduled March 22 WWHL remote appearance was supposed to air. However, the production was postponed after Andy Cohen announced he tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19).
Check out the full video below to see Ramona following her doctor's orders and sharing these important tips.
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