Andy Cohen

Andy Cohen Reveals That He Got COVID-19 Again

Is anyone else feeling March 2020 vibes these days? The COVID-19 pandemic is still raging on. Certain items are completely missing from the grocery store shelves yet again. It feels like everyone knows someone who recently tested positive (including basically half of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast), amidst a widespread effort to get people boosted with the COVID-19 vaccine. And, true to the early pandemic days, Andy Cohen got COVID-19 again. Alright, maybe I will watch Tiger King Season 2, just because it feels like the right thing to do.

E! News reports that Andy returned to work on December 20 after being absent from his radio show for a week. He revealed on SiriusXM’s Radio Andy that he was sick with COVID-19 again, and had to quarantine from his son Benjamin. “I am so happy I could cry right now,” Andy said. “I had COVID. That’s why we were gone all last week. And the best news is I woke up this morning to a negative PCR test.” Glad to hear that Andy is feeling better after getting sick again. Andy is on the right side of history by getting vaxed, wearing a mask, and trying to stay safe.


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Andy explained that he received his booster shot of the COVID-19 vaccine and began to feel sick. He assumed it was a reaction from the vaccine at first. “Then two days later, I was like ‘Wait a minute, this is quite a big reaction,'” Andy added. How scary. I think anyone in his position would have assumed it was just a reaction to the vax, but to find out you got the virus again? That’s just a case of bad luck. I can only imagine what Anti-Vax Vicki Gunvalson thinks of Andy getting the virus after getting the shot.

That explains what happened with Watch What Happens Live last week when Andy didn’t show up for part of the week. “We had one episode that was pre-taped — or two episodes that were pre-taped — that aired, so people were very confused,” Andy explained. It doesn’t sound like he’ll have to go back to WWHL at home anytime soon, but who knows with everything changing with the virus on a daily basis. Like I mentioned, I’m happy to hear Andy made a full recovery and is soon to be back with his son, especially during this difficult time.


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