Harvey, Katie Price’s son, tested for coronavirus after having trouble breathing

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Harvey, Katie Price’s son, was tested for coronavirus after being rushed to hospital on Sunday evening.The 18-year-old had trouble breathing and is at risk of organ failure while still in intensive care.

The 42-year-old former glamor model keeps fans up to date on his son’s condition while he remains under the watchful eye of doctors and nurses.

An insider told Sun Online, “Harvey was tested for the virus after having difficulty breathing.

“Katie is seriously concerned for him because his health complications would mean that the capture of the coronavirus would be very serious. Doctors are awaiting the results and should have them by Tuesday. “



Harvey has been tested for coronavirus and is now awaiting the result.

Harvey – whose father is former footballer Dwight Yorke – suffers from a number of health problems, including Prader-Willi syndrome and partial blindness.

He is also on the autism spectrum.

Updating her fans on Instagram, Katie wrote: “I can confirm that Harvey is in intensive care and in good hands and I would like to thank the ambulance services and the hospital staff for the prompt response and the stability. “



Harvey was taken to hospital on Sunday evening after being allowed to breathe

Doctors watch Harvey 24 hours a day as the teenager prepares for a series of tests.

This was devastating for the mother of five because she cannot stay at the bedside of her son’s hospital due to the strict rules surrounding the coronavirus in place.



Katie Price’s son in “stable condition”

Harvey Price Hospital Dash

Katie had no choice but to return home while Harvey remains in stable condition.

The teenager was rushed to Epsom hospital after his temperature reached 42 ° C – leaving Katie to fear the worst.



Doctors Now Watch Harvey 24 Hours

A representative for Katie Price told MailOnline, “He had chest pain and a temperature. Extremely high temperature. He was 42 years old. You could cook her an egg.

“The next 48 hours are crucial. Harvey really needs to do well over the next two days. It undergoes numerous tests today and is constantly monitored. ”

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