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Kelly Ripa tested positive

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Kelly Ripa has tested positive for COVID-19.

The ‘Live With Kelly and Ryan’ co-host is ‘fully vaccinated and boosted’ and taking ‘all necessary precautions’ after catching the virus over the weekend, according to a written Instagram story posted on Monday (09.05.22).

The 51-year-old TV personality told her subscribers that for their Tuesday filler of her and Ryan Seacrest was guaranteed because the episode was “already pre-recorded”.

Kelly added that she “looks forward to getting back to normal life as soon as the standard quarantine period is over.”

She joked the illness gave her the ‘peace and quiet’ she wanted for Mother’s Day from her husband Mark Consuelos, 51, and their children; Michel, 24, Lola, 20 and Joaquin, 19.

On a snap of coffee, pastries and coffee, Kelly wrote, “On a lighter note, I received the peace and quiet I requested for Mother’s Day,” before adding, ” Thank you for your understanding.”

Kelly is the latest in a string of TV hosts to test positive for the virus. Stephen Colbert – who was originally stricken with the virus late last month – and his “symptoms consistent with a recurrence of COVID” caused production to shut down until an unspecified date.

The CBS talk show posted on Twitter: “Stephen is exhibiting symptoms consistent with a recurrence of COVID. Out of an abundance of caution for his staff, guests and audience, he will self-isolate for a few more days. The Late Show will not be recording new episodes until further notice.

On Monday, Jimmy Kimmel resumed hosting his “Jimmy Kimmel Live” show with jokes about how his “pre-existing conditions” — his seven-year-old daughter, Jane, and five-year-old son, Billy — made his ordeal a little more difficult. that he would have liked.

The 54-year-old comedian joked: ‘I got it pretty easy. I was tired. I had a little headache. But these are also the symptoms of having children. So it may be pre-existing conditions.


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