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Kathy Hilton Gives COVID-19 Health Update, Says She’s “Clean” After Being Diagnosed with the Virus Following RHOBH Production Halt

Kathy Hilton Gives COVID-19 Health Update, Says She's "Clean" After Being Diagnosed with the Virus Amid RHOBH Production Halt

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Kathy Hilton is sharing a health update weeks after COVID-19 diagnosis.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills “friend of” this season took to her Instagram on Wednesday to share that she received her “second clean COVID test,” and she appeared to be in good spirits.

In the Instagram Story, Kathy was seated in front of two healthcare workers (tagged from Vitalize Natural) who were suited up for her COVID care.

“Thank you @vitalizenatural for taking care of our family!” Kathy wrote in the story.

Kathy’s COVID-free news comes after she, her sister Kyle Richards, and Dorit Kemsley all tested positive for the virus as production came to halt for season 11 of the show. Kyle also just revealed that her daughter, Sophia Umansky, tested positive and that her family was staying “in isolation” for the time being.

Following a crew member’s positive coronavirus diagnosis, the RHOBH shut down filming as reports noted that “everyone [was] told to quarantine for 14 days” and that they “have no idea when they’ll start up again.”

Although the RHOBH cast and crew are still in the dark about when production will pick back up again, ET Online confirmed that filming should resume after the holidays.

Although coronavirus statistics for California have looked pretty bleak this year, the state is expected to receive 327,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in mid-December (via KTLA), hopefully curbing a spike in infections.

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