Brielle Beirmann has contracted the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), she revealed on Instagram Wednesday.
The reality star, 23, shared on her Instagram Story that she has had the virus for about two weeks, and has been isolating while she recovers.
"I've had covid (still recovering but I'm doing good today!!)" she wrote in one slide, adding that it's the first day in a long time that she's worn makeup because she had several virtual meetings to attend while still quarantining.
Brielle said in a video that she is "beyond bored" from being in quarantine, and asked her followers for TV show recommendations.
"Shoutout to Kroy who has been delivering me my necessities at the stairs. He's been bringing me all my clothes and food. He even brought me milk and cookies the other night," Brielle said of her step-father — though her mom, Kim Zolciak-Biermann, later clarified on her own Instagram Story that it was she who provided the sweet treats.
Kim also pointed out that her daughter "still has" COVID-19.
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"So yeah, I'm gonna test again today and see how I'm doing because I think I've had it for almost two weeks now," Brielle added in her video.
Kim shared on her Instagram Wednesday that she has been "stressed" while her oldest daughter has had the virus.
"With Brielle having COVID, that's had me very stressed," she said.
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