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Shannon Storms Beador has confirmed that she has tested negative for coronavirus (COVID-19) after announcing that she and her daughters, Stella, Sophie, and Adeline, had tested positive for the virus in July.
After self-isolating at their home, The Real Housewives of Orange County mom explained that for the most part, she and the girls are now feeling much better. In an Instagram Live video detailing the family’s experience, Shannon described her symptoms, and shared how she is feeling now.
“I announced that I had COVID when I was in my second week, because the first week, super, super not feeling good. I felt like I’d been hit by a truck,” Shannon explained in the video below. “And even after the fever was over, I still felt like I’d been hit by a truck and had a headache. I still get a little bit of a headache, because now it’s gone into my sinuses.”
Shannon also explained how she and her daughters were able to stay away from each other while at home, noting that although they were all sick, they made the choice to do so in case they had been infected with different strains.
“What we did, is everyone stayed in their own room, and if you had to leave your room, you had to wear a mask and gloves and wipe anything down that you touched with a wipe, and then throw that mask and glove away. So that became flippin’ expensive,” she said.
In an August 5 post, Shannon explained she is “feeling so much better,” and in another, she was reunited with her glam team.
For the latest, most accurate information on coronavirus, go to the World Health Organization (WHO) website.
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