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Shannon Beador Hints At Her Return To RHOC After Coronavirus Diagnosis; Says She’s “COVID NEGATIVE”

Shannon Beador is back filming on The Real Housewives of Orange County after she skipped out on cast trip for the upcoming fifteenth season of the Bravo hit reality series due to testing positive for COVID-19.

The mother-of-three took to her Instagram Stories on Tuesday, August 4, and captured by a Real Housewives of Orange County fan page on Instagram on August 5.

 “I have good news. Sophie tested negative twice last week so she’s good but the twins and I just tested negative for the first time,” Shannon said.

While Shannon and her daughters are now coronavirus-free, the Bravo reality star told her followers in a second video that she has no plans to jump right back into her normal routine.

“In all seriousness though, we are not racing back out. I don’t know, it’s like we’ve been cooped up in here for so long.. I just want to be safe. So we’re just going to lay low until we get that second test,” she explained, according to Inquisitr.

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The following day, Beador hinted that she's returning to RHOC following her recovery as she posed along with her hair and makeup team.

“Back with my dream team @glambypamelab @laurarugetti #covidnegative🙌🏽 #bravocommercial #beingsafe #dontlookatmynails😳”

The news comes after Beador revealed last month that she and her three daughters, Sophia (19), and 16-year-old twins Adeline and Stella, tested positive for coronavirus. The Bravo reality star confirmed the diagnosis via Instagram on Friday, July 24.

“Today, we are Covid positive times 4,” she explained. “The girls and I are blessed to be quarantining in the same home (but isolating in separate rooms). A huge thank you to all of the medical personnel that have been patiently guiding us through this illness. Sending prayers to all of those affected. 🙏🏻❤️ .”

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