RHONY: Ramona Singer & Avery tested positive for coronavirus antibodies

Ramona Singer (Photo by Thomas Concordia/Getty Images for Big Apple Circus)
Ramona Singer (Photo by Thomas Concordia/Getty Images for Big Apple Circus) /

Ramona Singer said that she and Avery Singer have both tested positive for the coronavirus after experiencing mild symptoms a few months back.

After the initial spread of the coronavirus in New York, many people, Ramona Singer included, fled the state.  Ramona and Avery Singer headed down to Florida to quarantine with Mario Singer.  Ramona actually just got back last week when her co-star, Leah McSweeney, called her out for her Florida tripThe Real Housewives of New York star uploaded a video of herself back at the airport in New York and she seemed to be happy to be home.

Back in February, Ramona and her doctors concluded that she had Lyme disease but that they quickly cured it.  Apparently at that time she had symptoms that would now be associated with the coronavirus.  Ramona told People, “We both found out we have the antibodies, so we donated our plasma,” she said of her and Avery.

Ramona mentioned that she felt tired and had headaches.   Avery started to feel unwell upon her arrival in Florida and even lost her sense of smell and taste.  They attributed this to a cold or sinus infection and she stayed in another part of the house.  After taking a test in May, Ramona said that both she and Avery tested positive for the coronavirus but Mario tested negative.

Now that she’s on the mend, Ramona says she has no lingering effects from the virus or from the Lyme disease.  The mother-daughter pair are apparently back at her home in the Hamptons for the time being.  It is amazing that Leah was mad Ramona might be spreading the virus around with her travels when it seems that is exactly what she did.

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Ramona has been out and about since she returned home, so hopefully, she is still social distancing for turtle time!

For more information about COVID-19, visit the CDC’s website or the website for your state’s Department of Health.

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