Lisa Vanderpump Heartbroken over Coronavirus Pandemic's Toll on Her Restaurant Business

As everything is put on pause amid the coronavirus pandemic, businesses strive to survive, which made Lisa Vanderpump devastated over her restaurant closure.

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken lives, put businesses at risk, and damaged economies heavily. The entire world has been in a state of panic over everything that has been put on pause.


During her interview in “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen,” Lisa Vanderpump shared how she is managing her businesses with restaurant closures.

Screenshot of Interview. | Source:

Screenshot of Interview. | Source:

The 59-year-old entrepreneur worries over her establishments located in Los Angeles, Villa Blanka, SUR, PUMP, and TomTom. The devastated reality star said:

“It’s not just our business. It’s our life as well. And so many people have worked for us for years. I mean, now they’re all on unemployment.”

More than her business, Vanderpump spoke about those under her employment, who are currently unemployed due to the circumstances.

Screenshot of Interview. | Source:

Screenshot of Interview. | Source:

Despite being heartbroken over the situation, Vanderpump remains positive that she will be able to open with her full staff, whom she keeps good relationships with after the world beats the pandemic.

She added: “Just the whole fact that it’s just everything gone right now. We can’t go in there. I can’t see what’s going on. It’s been really sad.”

The total worldwide cases of COVID019 is approaching the two million mark with nearly 100,000 deaths and over 300,000 recoveries.


New York City alone has more cases than any country in the entire world, with over 160,000 diagnosed individuals.

Among those known in the entertainment industry who contracted the virus is singer Pink and her three-year-old son, Jameson.

Pink has been giving updates about her illness and the symptoms that have been fluctuating for the past weeks, including having a temperature of 100 degrees.

After holding on to hope and prayer for survival, she and her son recently recovered and tested negative for COVID-19.


CNN journalist Chris Cuomo also contracted the deadly virus and has been open about his health through “Cuomo Prime Time.”

On his show, the host revealed that having symptoms come and go caused him depression, adding that “it’s hard to have a fever for 20 hours a day.”

Cuomo currently lives in his home basement, isolating himself away from his wife and children. However, his wife updated on his status that has gotten better.

The total worldwide cases of COVID019 is approaching the two million mark with nearly 100,000 deaths and over 300,000 recoveries.

ⓘ We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDС, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!

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