Shereé Whitfield Speaks up after Testing Positive for COVID-19
Sheree Whitfield has been diagnosed with COVID-19, and the former reality star shared her experience with fans on Instagram.
Sheree Whitfield opened up about her experience after recently testing positive for COVID-19. Whitfield shared a video where she disclosed that she had been self-isolating at her home for about a week and a half.
Whitfield went on to express gratitude to people who had reached out to her while adding that she was feeling a lot better.
Sheree Whitfield at the 2019 premiere of "The Hate You Give." | Photo: Getty Images
The reality star also offered to share her symptoms and experience with the novel coronavirus with followers who were interested in hearing more.
Captioning the clip, Whitfield urged her fans to stay safe, and shortly after, the comments section was filled with notes from her fans and friends. Reality TV star Gizelle Bryant wrote:
“Glad you’re feeling better! ??”
Another reality star, Cynthia Bailey, also wrote, “Oh no!!!! Wishing u a speedy recovery,” while another user added, “sending you healing prayers. ❤️? Get well soon.” Many others also leaving their well wishes.
Whitfield is most famous for appearing on Bravo's reality show, "Real Housewives of Atlanta." She was one of the show's original cast in 2008 when it first premiered.
Kimberly Guilfoyle, the girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr., also tested positive for the virus.
After the fourth season, Whitfield, however, left the show before returning in season eight as a friend to some of the housewives.
For seasons nine and ten, Whitfield was brought back as a main cast member, but after the end of the tenth season, she left the show. The latest season 12 of "Real Housewives of Atlanta" came to an end in May, and a reunion was filmed virtually.
Like Whitfield, Andy Cohen, the show's reunion host, was diagnosed with COVID-19, but he has long recovered and has returned to his hosting duties, which he does from home while quarantining with son Benjamin.
Despite their efforts to keep safe, some of the biggest stars in Hollywood have also fallen victim to the novel coronavirus.
On July 13th, basketball player Russell Westbrook took to Instagram, where he revealed that he had tested positive before his team's departure to Orlando.
A week before Russell announced his diagnosis, Keisha Lance Bottoms, the Mayor of Atlanta, revealed that she tested positive for COVID-19.
Kimberly Guilfoyle, the girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr., also tested positive for the virus. At the time, Guilfoyle was said to be asymptomatic. In this time of uncertainty, it is best to keep staying safe and protected as the world joins forces to combat COVID-19.