Coronavirus is all anyone is talking about these days so naturally the housewives are no exception. While Andy Cohen remains in self-isolation after being diagnosed, some of his favorite employees are sharing how they are passing the time.
Shannon Beador is self-isolating exactly as you would expect Shannon Beador to do so. The RHOC star has stocked up on her favorite all-natural supplements and is spending time with her girls and dog Archie. We all know that Shannon is a bit neurotic when it comes to these things so I’m not shocked that she has a cupboard dedicated to natural immune-boosting remedies. Do you think she has Dr. Moon on speed dial these days?
Kyle Richards is at home with her husband and daughters spending the time cooking, hanging out with their dogs, and of course, washing her hands. Apparently fans have requested footage of Kyle washing her hands and I have to ask – who are these people?! I agree with her daughter – if this is considered entertainment – God help us all. Kyle suffers from anxiety so I’m sure she is freaking out; however, she seems rather calm in the video. Kyle – what are you taking? I def need some of that!
Over in Jersey, the Gorga family is cooking, watching Netflix and of course pumping that iron. Say what you want – they are one fit family! Having three young children, Melissa has had to flex that educator muscle as children are being homeschooled. Melissa gave credit where credit is due – admitting that she doesn’t know how teachers do it. Considering Melissa is a former teacher so that’s saying something:
On to more of a serious subject, former RHOC daughter Briana Culberson has been on the front line fighting the Coronavirus pandemic as she is an ER nurse. Briana was sent home recently as she was displaying symptoms of the virus, and as she has the autoimmune disease lupus, this is even more worrisome. Her husband Ryan shared the following text sent to him on his Instagram page:
“I started coughing bad at work this morning and was short of breath. They put me on a 14-day quarantine and sent me home. I have to call occupational health in the morning to follow up and see what’s next. No fever yet but I have chills. I’m going to sleep upstairs and probably will have to stay away from you guys as much as possible until I know more”
While Briana hasn’t been officially diagnosed it’s still very concerning as those that are in the medical field are among the most exposed to the virus. Praying for Briana and sending a HUGE thanks to all the doctors, nurses and hospital workers who are on the front lines every day.