Sharon Osbourne has revealed on social media that she’s tested positive for the coronavirus.
She is 68 and a former TV Judge and wife of the ‘metal legend’ Ozzy Osbourne made the announcement on social media saying “I wanted to share I’ve tested positive for COVID-19. I’m now recuperating at a location away from Ozzy, (who has tested negative) while The Talk is on scheduled hiatus. Everyone, please stay safe and healthy.“
In September, concerns over the spread of COVID-19 put Sharon Osbourne in quarantine after her three-year-old grandson Minnie tested positive for the virus.
I wanted to share I’ve tested positive for Covid 19. After a brief hospitalization, I’m now recuperating at a location away from Ozzy (who has tested negative) while “The Talk” is on scheduled hiatus. Everyone please stay safe and healthy.
— Sharon Osbourne (@MrsSOsbourne) December 15, 2020
“As you can see, Carrie Ann is not here with us today. She found out this morning that she tested positive for COVID-19. Obviously, our thoughts are with her, we love her, and we’re praying for a full recovery.
And, out of an abundance of caution, Mrs. O will be doing the show from home today, even though she tested negative for the coronavirus. I send all my love and prayers to Carrie Ann.”
How is Sharon Osbourne’s husband Ozzy Osbourne’s situation?
Ozzy, a former member of Black Sabbath, has Parkinson’s disease, and with his age, this puts him at a higher risk if he is exposed to COVID-19.
Luckily, Osbourne reassured viewers of The Talk at the time and he said his fans shouldn’t be alarmed; “I don’t have! I keep testing negative, but you have to be safe.”
In addition to this, Ozzy, who recently shared his thoughts about the pandemic on Apple Music, stated that this life will not return to normal until 2022. He expressed that he is still uneasy and can not trust the questions about the vaccine; “I’m not going to be number one on that fucking new vaccine. I don’t want to be the first one to wake up with a set of fucking antlers in the morning!”
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