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Sharon Osborne, 68, returns home and meets Ozzy, 72, after recovering from COVID-19

Sharon Osborne is back home after recovering from COVID-19 and after being discharged from hospital for a short time.

The 68-year-old television personality was forced to isolate herself after she tested positive for a respiratory disease and is happy to be reunited with her family a few days before Christmas.

She shared a candid photo Thursday of husband Ozzy Osbourne wearing a mask on the sofa alongside five dogs, and wrote, “ I got okay to go home after two negative test results and look at the joy that awaits me!

Back Home: Sharon Osborne returns home and meets her partner Ozzy, 72, after recovering from COVID-19 and has been released from a short hospital stay

‘Very grateful to be at home for the holidays and thank you all for your love and support …

“Stay safe and have the happiest holidays.”

Her comments come nearly 10 days after announcing that she had tested positive for the Coronavirus, and was recovering from her 72-year-old husband.

She tweeted at the time: “ I wanted to share I have tested positive for Covid 19. After being admitted to hospital for a while, I am now recovering somewhere far from Ozzy (who tested negative) while The Talk was on a fixed hiatus. Everyone please stay safe and healthy. (Sic) ”

“Look at the joy that awaits me!” The TV star, 68, has had to isolate herself after testing positive for the disease, and is happy to be reunited with her family and dogs a few days before Christmas.

Black Saturday player Ozzy, who has Parkinson’s disease plus his age, this puts on In the event that he is at greater risk if exposed to COVID-19.

Talk to GQ Last month, the star also said of his pre-existing conditions: “I have emphysema, so if I catch this virus, I am sick.”

A friend of Sharon Pierce Morgan sent his best wishes to her on Tuesday’s episode of Good Morning Britain.

He told the viewers, ‘I just want to say my best wishes to my old partner, Sharon Osborne. She is in the hospital infected with the Coronavirus. Ozzy Singles.

Shocking announcement on Twitter: Her comments came nearly 10 days after she revealed that she had tested positive for the Coronavirus, and that she was recovering from her husband.

Shocking announcement on Twitter: Her comments came nearly 10 days after she revealed that she had tested positive for the Coronavirus, and that she was recovering from her husband.

“She says she feels like she was beaten but will be fine in two weeks, so best wishes for Sharon.”

One of the program’s co-hosts, Carrie Ann Inaba, said earlier in December that she came back positive in an Instagram post, saying she had experienced “ a lot of aches and pains ” and a coughing fever before her test, which left her marginalized. CBS Show for a week.

Sherrill Underwood said during the broadcast last Thursday: “ As you can see, Carrie Ann is not here with us today … I found out this morning that she has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.

Our thoughts are clearly with her, we love her, and pray for a full recovery. Out of extreme caution, Mrs. O will be presenting from home today, even though she was negative for coronavirus.

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Staying Safe: Ozzy has Parkinson's disease, in addition to his age, which puts him at greater risk of contracting COVID-19 (pictured 2017)

Staying Safe: Ozzy has Parkinson’s disease, in addition to his age, which puts him at greater risk of contracting COVID-19 (pictured 2017)

On the show, Sharon said, “I send all my love and prayers to Carrie Anne.”

In September, Sharon said she was isolated from The Talk after her three-year-old granddaughter, Minnie, tested positive for COVID-19.

The star told her co-stars that her relatives are in good health amid a family panic, including her son Jack – Minnie’s father – who suffers from multiple sclerosis.

“I was supposed to be in the studio, I was really looking forward to it,” Osborne said while appearing remotely on the show.

Test positive: One of her co-hostesses, Carrie Ann Inaba, said earlier in December that she tested positive in an Instagram post, saying she had suffered

Positive test: One of her co-hosts, Carrie Ann Inaba, said earlier in December that she tested positive in an Instagram post, saying she had suffered “a lot of aches and pains.”

Then, unfortunately, one of my granddaughters caught COVID. It’s okay. It works fine. I do not have.

Her father does not own it. Her mom doesn’t have it. Her sisters do not. I got it from someone who works for my son. It only shows you that she is three years old, and the children can get COVID.

Despite the setback, Sharon said her heart was with The Talk in her Season 11 debut, but she was acting cautiously amid the pandemic and following safety protocols.

She said, “Oh my Lord, I want to see you guys so bad.” ‘I had another week of quarantine and after that I was discharged.

Update: She told fellow panelists that her relatives are in good health amid a family panic, including her son (and Minnie's father) Jack, who has multiple sclerosis

Update: She told fellow panelists that her relatives are in good health amid a family panic, including her son (and Minnie’s father) Jack, who has multiple sclerosis

‘As I said, I don’t have it. I keep the negative test but, you know, you have to be safe.

Sherrill Underwood asked Sharon, “Sharon, did Jack ask about me? He might need me to come and quarantine with him.”

She replied that Jack was just as upset because he was planning to come with me to the studio just to wish you good luck.

Sharon’s announcement comes as the talk show has concluded its production until the end of 2020.

The show is set to undergo some personal changes, with Yves and Mary Osmond leaving, with replacements coming up Eileen Wiltroth and Amanda Kluts (who lost her husband Nick Cordero at age 42 due to complications from the Coronavirus last July).

Make the changes: The star said her heart was with the show in Season 11 for the first time, but she's been acting cautiously amid the pandemic, following safety protocols

Make the changes: The star said her heart was with the show in Season 11 for the first time, but she’s been acting cautiously amid the pandemic, following safety protocols

Continue on the path: At that time, Sharon said that she came negative for the virus, but she was following the protocols

Continue on the path: At that time, Sharon said that she came negative for the virus, but she was following the protocols

Maggie Benson

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