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Ramona Singer Says She And Daughter Avery Tested Positive For COVID-19 Antibodies!

Ramona Singer has revealed that she and her daughter, Avery Singer, tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies. "We both found out we have the antibodies, so we donated our plasma," the Real Housewives of New York City star told PEOPLE.

Singer reveals that she felt mild symptoms back in February, but due to lack of information and testing availability at the time, she was never tested for the virus.

"I had no energy," she recalls. "I just wanted to stay in bed all day. I felt very tired, and I also had severe headaches."

Testing positive for COVID-19 antibodies indicates that a person has been exposed to the virus. However, the Centers for Disease Control has warned that the currently available antibody tests may not be accurate, and should not be used to determine if someone is immune to COVID-19.

In March, Ramona and her daughter joined her ex-husband Mario Singer in Boca Raton, Florida, to self-isolate together as a family. But Ramona reveals when her 24-year-old daughter arrived, she began feeling under the weather.

"She just thought maybe she had a cold or a sinus infection, because she wasn't able to taste food and she lost her sense of smell," says Ramona. "We kept her quarantined in a separate part of the home because, not realizing I had already been sick, I was afraid my Lyme disease had weakened my immune system and I would be more vulnerable to catching an illness."

In May, Ramona, Mario and Avery decided to get tested for coronavirus antibodies. "We all got tested. Avery and I both tested positive, but Mario was negative," she says. "We are all so lucky that we have our health."

Ramona also says her Lyme disease symptoms are gone. She credits maintaining her workout routine and eating clean. She then consulted with her doctor and got cleared to travel, as the mother-daughter duo left Florida earlier this month. The Bravo reality star says she took every necessary safety precaution while flying before returning to her house in the Hamptons.

"When I was on the plane, I wore a mask the whole time, I wore gloves the whole time, and I was washing down everything," she says. "I was — and continue to be — extremely socially responsible."

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