Giuliana Rancic reveals that she and the family are ‘all better now’ after she left the Emmys because they got COVID-19
Giuliana Rancic has revealed that she and her family have recovered after being diagnosed with coronovirus last month.
46 year old E! The personality recently received an Instagram comment on the post asking: ‘How are you feeling from Kovid?’
‘We are through it and all are better now. Thank you for asking. We appreciate it, ‘wrote Fashion Police alumna in the North.
‘All the Better Now’: Giuliana Rancic has revealed that she and her family have recovered after being diagnosed with coronovirus last month
She has long been hunkering down with her husband Bill Rancic and her eight-year-old son Duke, both of whom have also received COVID-19.
Giuliana had to undergo a coronovirus test last month before carrying her annual red carpet gig at the Emmy Awards.
When she finds out that she, Bill and Duke had contracted all the disease and had to leave the celebration.
She made the announcement on a video message during the Emmis pre-show, which she recorded remotely while quarantining her home.
Survivor: Her latest revelation about her coronovirus recovery occurred under the Invitag posting, which provides genetic treatment for cancer.
As part of the ‘E! And NBCUniversal’s very strict testing guidelines, especially before such an incident, I found out that I tested positive for COVID-19, ‘she said.
‘Now as much as I did not want to listen, I am very grateful that I heard it before traveling and could possibly expose other people. So for this, I am grateful. ‘
Giuliana shed some light on the situation in her family and said that they are all doing well and taking care of each other so I am going to do that.
Her latest revelation about her coronavirus recovery came under Invitae posting, which provides genetic testing for breast cancer.
Shoulder to shoulder: Giuliana is featured this month during The Pink Agenda’s virtual gala, which also featured her husband Bill Rancic, who received COVID-19.
Giuliana, who herself underwent a double-mastectomy for the disease in 2011, shared the post in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
He said that in addition to annual screening and mammograms, a genetic test can help understand your breast cancer risk, even without a family history.
Her message with a picture of her sitting in her backyard and looking at a dazzling sunset scene.
Announcement: Giuliana had to undergo a coronovirus test last month before carrying her annual red carpet gig at the Emmy Awards