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Jennifer Aydin Reveals Her Daughter And Father Contracted Her Coronavirus!

Jennifer Aydin revealed that her 12-year-old daughter Gabby and father John also contracted the Coronavirus weeks after confirming she tested positive. “My dad had had it after. I didn’t really tell anybody that…he was hospitalized on Friday,” the Real Housewives of New Jersey star told HollywoodLife on Friday, April 24.

Jennifer revealed that her father John, who worked as a professional jeweler, contracted the virus after being quarantined with her.

“My dad was staying with me…I like having my dad with me. It just makes everything better,” she said, noting that she had him move over to her sisters’ house after she got sick. It was there that he began showing symptoms of COVID-19.

“[He had] no fever. My father’s symptoms were actually profuse vomiting,” she explained. “He was vomiting for about 3 days straight until finally my sister said he was complaining about chest pain, so I was like, ‘Well, we can’t avoid the hospital if he’s complaining about chest pain.’ So we brought him in and sure enough he tested positive, but again, thank God, no respiratory problems,” she continued, confirming that “he’s been discharged” and back home with her and her husband, Bill Aydin.

Jennifer also revealed how her 12-year-old daughter Gabby is holding up since she began feeling ill. “Gabby was only having symptoms of not having taste and smell, but that’s back for her,” she confirmed. “The [other] kids are all fine,” she added.

Jennifer confirmed she’s feeling much better. “I never had a fever. I barely had a cough,” she said. “I feel good as new…I feel great. I feel almost dangerously invincible now and now I’m betting on the theory because I’m invincible now that once you have it you’re immune to it because,” she also revealed.

Earlier this month, the Bravo reality star opened up about her recent diagnosis in a video on Instagram on Wednesday, April 8, sharing that she found out about her positive test results on Monday.

"Hey, guys. So I know I've been MIA for a little while. I want to let you guys know that I actually wasn't feeling well," Jennifer said, according to The Daily Dish. "I've been sick for the past 10 days."

Jennifer explained that her symptoms started when she "felt extreme fatigue" but did not have a fever. She said she asked her husband, Bill Aydin, who is a plastic surgeon, to bring home a test for her, "but he was reluctant at first because I didn't have the normal symptoms like a fever or a heavy cough." After two or three days, Jennifer said she "insisted" Bill bring home a test, which he performed on her at home. It later came back with positive results this week.

However, Jennifer revealed that she's "doing better now." "There were a few rough days where I was just extremely tired and sleeping a lot. I had this very dense headache. Extreme, extreme night sweats. I lost my sense of taste and smell. I had no breathing problems," she recalled. "I feel better today. I feel like it's going in the right direction."

Jennifer noted that during this time, she has been keeping herself away from her husband Bill, as well as their five children. "I've been staying away from the kids, I've been quarantined in my room," she said. "Bill's really stepped up to the plate. He's staying far away from me, but he's helping out with the kids, which I'm grateful for."

In the post on Instagram, Jennifer also wrote that being away from her children "has been the hardest," but she is grateful that she has not had any breathing issues. "My days haven’t been so bad, aside from a lot of fatigue and sleeping," she wrote. "At night is when it’s the worst for me because of the mix of sweating and chills."

Aydin said that she has been taking vitamins and drinking hot liquids to help in her recovery. "We’ll all get through this," she wrote, along with  the hashtags "#staypositive" and "#stayinside."

Jennifer ended her video on Instagram. "I hope everybody is well and staying home because right now, that's what we have to do, just have to stay home to prevent the spread of this awful disease," she shared. "And remember, guys, we're all in this together. Stay safe. Be well."

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