Giuliana Rancic reveals that she and her family are ‘all better now’ after she skipped the Emmys because they got COVID-19
Giuliana Rancic has revealed that she and her family have recovered after being diagnosed with coronavirus last month.
The 46-year-old E! personality got an Instagram comment on a recent post asking, ̵
‘We’re through it and all the better now. Thank you for asking. We appreciate it, ‘wrote Fashion Police alumna in response.
‘Everything better now’: Giuliana Rancic has revealed that she and her family have recovered from being diagnosed with coronavirus last month
She is on her way down with her longtime husband Bill Rancic and their eight-year-old son Duke, who both also got COVID-19.
Giuliana had to undergo coronavirus testing last month before completing her annual red carpet at the Emmy Awards.
That was when she discovered that she, Bill and Duke had all contracted the disease and she had to skip the festivities.
She announced during the Emmys preview over a video message that she remotely recorded while quarantining at home.
Survivors: Her latest revelation about her coronavirus recovery came during a post that joined Invitae, which provides genetic testing for breast cancer
‘As part of E! and NBCUniversal’s very strict testing guidelines, especially before an event like this, I found that I tested positive for COVID-19, ‘she said.
‘As much as I did not want to hear it, I am very grateful that I heard it before I left and could possibly have exposed other people. So for that I am grateful. ‘
Giuliana sheds light on her family situation, saying that they ‘all do well and take care of each other, so I’ll come back to do that.’
Her latest revelation about her coronavirus recovery came during a post-connection of Invitae, which provides genetic testing for breast cancer.
Side by Side: Giuliana is pictured during The Pink Agenda’s Virtual Gala this month with her husband Bill Rancic, who also received COVID-19
Giuliana, who herself underwent a double mastectomy for the disease in 2011, shared the position in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
‘In addition to annual screenings and mammograms, a genetic test can help you understand your breast cancer risk, even without a family history,’ she advised.
Her message was accompanied by a picture of her sitting in the backyard staring out at a dazzling sunset.
Announcement: Giuliana had to undergo coronavirus testing last month before performing her annual red carpet at the Emmy Awards