Sharon Osbourne forced to quarantine at home after granddaughter contracts Covid-19


Sharon Osbourne was forced to stay home and self-quarantine after her three-year-old granddaughter, Minnie, tested positive for Covid-19. The former X Factor judge, 67, had to film her appearance on CBS TV show The Talk from home, after being unable to make it to the studio.

Sharon spoke about the diagnosis during Monday’s edition of the US equivalent of Loose Women, telling fellow panelists, “I was supposed to be in the studio, I couldn’t wait to be there.

“And then, unfortunately, one of my granddaughters went down with Covid. She is fine; she is fine. I do not have it.

Sharon added that her family was healthy despite Minnie’s illness, including the toddler’s father, Sharon’s son, Jack, who lives with multiple sclerosis.

Sharon Osbourne reveals she is in quarantine after her granddaughter, three, tests positive for COVID-19

She continued, “Her daddy doesn’t have it. His mom doesn’t have it. Her sisters don’t have it. She got it from someone who works for my son.

“And that’s just okay to show you that she’s three, that kids can catch Covid.” ”

Sharon said she is following the latest protocols regarding the coronavirus and has decided to stay away from the studio as the show’s 11th season begins.

Sharon Osbourne appeared on The Talk via a video link

She said, “Oh my Lord, I want to see you guys so badly. I have one more week left in quarantine and then I was out.

“And like I said, I don’t have it. I keep testing negative, but, you know, you need to be safe. ”

Sheryl Underwood asked Sharon, “Sharon, did Jack ask about me? He may need me to come to quarantine with him. ”

Sharon replied that Jack was “just as upset because he was planning to come to the studio with me just to wish you luck”.

Sharon Osbourne decided to stay away from the studio

The coronavirus fear came after Sharon’s husband, Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy Osbourne revealed he was living with Parkinson’s disease.

The 71-year-old rock singer said at the time he was not aware of the extent of the disease until last year.

He said in January: “I’m not good at secrets. I can’t walk with it anymore. I feel better now to recognize the fact that I have a case of Parkinson’s. ”

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