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Kim Kardashian & All Four Kids Had COVID-19 in November 2020

Kim Kardashian is opening up about her battle with COVID-19, which happened in November 2020.

The 40-year-old reality star revealed on the latest episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians that she and all four of her kids contracted the virus last year.

Kim‘s five-year-old son Saint was the first to contract the virus and it later spread to the rest of the family.

Click inside for everything that Kim Kardashian said…

“So, my little Sainty just tested positive for COVID. He’s doing okay, he doesn’t really have major symptoms, he just had a bit of a fever,” Kim said during a chat with her doctor. “North is saying she’s feeling sick, and I slept in bed with her last night, she tested negative but I’m going to test her again with me on Saturday.”

Kim explained in a confessional, “We test our kids once a week because they go to school and so they have to get tested in order to go to this little pod, so someone at school tested positive and my son was around that. So Saint has COVID, and I’m just really worried about him. He’s crying and coughing on me and I’m trying to not freak anyone out but now I have to figure out what we’re going to do, especially with the three other kids.”

The diagnosis with COVID-19 happened when Kim was studying to retake the baby bar exam after previously failing the test. Even though she was working hard to study for the test, she said “taking care of my kids obviously comes first.”

Kim later learned that she and North both tested positive for COVID-19.

“I’m feeling pretty sh–ty. North and I kept feeling really sick, and we took tests right before I went to bed and when I woke up in the morning the tests came back positive,” Kim said in a confessional. “We’re supposed to do 12-hour study sessions every single day leading up until the test, and I’ve just been feeling so sick and so just awful with COVID that I can hardly even get out of bed and study.”

Kim said that her stomach was hurting and she didn’t know if she could continue studying. “I mean, if I feel like I do now, it’s going to be really hard to sit up for seven hours … and I’m on a heavy medication right now,” she said.

Kim ended up taking the test despite the hiccup in her studying because of her diagnosis with COVID-19. Unfortunately, she didn’t pass.

Earlier this week, Kim addressed a big rumor spreading around about her.



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