After Cynthia Bailey was one of the latest to guest on Andy Cohen's TV show, she decided to speak up and assure fans about how she's doing following Cohen's positive Coronavirus diagnosis.
Cynthia Bailey was one of the most recent guests on "Watch What Happens Live," and so she decided to weigh in on the host's Coronavirus diagnosis, ensuring fans that she feels fine despite meeting with her good friend.
Due to the fast spread of Coronavirus worldwide, producers of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" decided to postpone their planned reunion.
Andy Cohen at the 30th Annual GLAAD Media Awards New York on May 4, 2019 | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
On her Instagram, Bailey decided to address her followers about keeping safe during such an uncertain time. She added a message for Cohen, hoping for his speedy recovery as well.
"Everyone please continue to do your part to stay healthy, and protect the health of others by staying home as much as you can. Sending Andy much love & many prayers."
Cohen shocked fans when he announced that he noticed his health wasn't doing well after a few days of self-quarantine. He decided to get tested for the Coronavirus, and it ended up being positive.
Due to this diagnosis, he decided to postpone working on "Watch What Happens Live" and "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," among many others. For now, he is focused on recovering and getting better.
A couple of days before his diagnosis, it was announced that due to the fast spread of Coronavirus worldwide, producers of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" decided to postpone their planned reunion. Despite this, Cohen assured fans that the reunion is only postponed, and not cancelled.
The COVID-19 Pandemic, or Coronavirus, has been crippling world economies and healthcare systems worldwide. Millions of people are forced to practice social distancing and work from home, in hopes of stopping the spread of the virus which is highly contagious.
Since then, celebrities and influencers from around the world have encouraged others to do their part by staying home as much as possible to do their part.
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