D'Andra Simmons from 'The Real Housewives of Dallas' Has Been Hospitalized with COVID-19
"Real Housewives of Dallas" star D'Andra Simmons has tested positive for COVID-19 and has been hospitalized. Her co-stars and fellow celebrities wish her a quick recovery.
D'Andra Simmons has become the latest reality star to test positive for the deadly novel coronavirus, which has seen millions of lives lost worldwide.
Representatives of the 51-year-old "The Real Housewives of Dallas" star revealed that she had been hospitalized following her COVID-19 diagnosis.
Photo of D'Andra Simmons during an inteview | Photo: Youtube / hayu
According to reports, Simmons was admitted to the COVID ward at UT Southwestern Hospital. Her representative revealed that her oxygen level was found to be borderline.
Her representatives asked fans for privacy for the actress and her family and asked them to pray for a speedy recovery for the actress.
Simmons' friend, Jennifer Davis Long, brought attention to the star's diagnosis with a message she shared on her Instagram stories, where she asked fans to pray for the former's health.
On Saturday, before she was hospitalized, Simmons thrilled fans with a post on her Instagram where she said she was grateful for her friend's family and the new fur babies to join her family.
According to her, she is careful not to contract the virus and spread it to the cast.
"The Real Housewives of Dallas" star had earlier said that her dog Ruby would be keeping her company as she heals from an ankle surgery she recently underwent.
Following her diagnosis, comedian Kate Casey revealed that she had been in touch with Simmons and said that the actress was in the hospital struggling and needed the prayers of her fans.
Another "The Real Housewives of Dallas" star, Jennifer Davis, set to play a role in the upcoming fifth season of the series, asked fans to show love and support to Simmons as she fights for her life.
Fans of "The Real Housewives of Dallas" would hope that Simmons recovers her health in time for the series's return on January 5. Simmons reportedly talked about filming the series amidst the pandemic and revealed cast members COVID-19 tests weekly or biweekly.
In a bid to stay safe, the actress said that she minimized her movements and only went out when she had a scene to shoot. According to her, she is careful not to contract the virus and spread it to the cast.
Her fans would be wishing for a quick recovery for the talented actress while they anticipate a return of the famous series to the screens in the new year.