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Briana Culberson’s Husband Ryan Culberson Confirms Her Coronavirus Tests Came Back Negative!

Briana Culberson's husband Ryan Culberson shared a health update about his wife on Instagram. The father-of-two confirmed that her Coronavirus tests came back negative. "The tests came back negative!!!," he wrote. "Thank you everyone for your kind words and messages."

The news comes after the daughter of Vicki Gunvalson was put on a "14-day quarantine" after developing coronavirus-like symptoms. Briana's husband, Ryan Culberson, received a text from his wife, who has been working as a nurse in the ER at a hospital in North Carolina amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, in which she described experiencing symptoms of the infection, reported Bravo's The Daily Dish.

"I started coughing bad at work this morning and was short of breath. They put me on [a 14-day] quarantine and sent me home. I have to call occupational health in the morning to follow up and see what's next. No fever yet but I have chills," the text from Briana read, which her husband shared screenshots on Instagram. "I'm going to sleep upstairs and probably will have to stay away from you guys as much as possible until I know more."

Ryan also encouraged his followers to abide by health and safety guidelines put forth during this time. "Woke up to the text every medical family dreads this morning. Guys please take these warnings a little more seriously. It’s not just your family you’re putting at risk!" he wrote in the post. "Not looking for sympathy, just trying to raise awareness. Please keep Briana in your thoughts and prayers!"

Last week, Ryan praised his wife for everything she's doing amid the coronavirus outbreak in a post on Instagram. "I get my wife back tomorrow morning! 4 of the last 5 nights she’s had to work the ER. I’m really not jealous of her job but super grateful there’s people that’ll do it!" Ryan wrote in a post that also featured a photo of himself with Briana and their sons, Owen and Troy, along with "#nursesrule."

Given the constantly evolving nature of COVID-19, we want our readers (courtesy via Us Weekly) to have access to the most accurate resources. For the most up-to-date coronavirus information, guidance, and support, consult the CDCWHO, and information from local public health officials. If you’re experiencing coronavirus symptoms, call your primary care provider for medical advice.

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