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Khloe Kardashian describes being separated from her daughter during Covid battle: ‘It was heart-wrenching’

The reality star contracted the virus earlier this year

Khloe Kardashian has revealed she was separated from her daughter True for 16 days during her battle with Covid-19.

The 36-year-old tested positive for the virus back in March, but chose not to share the news publicly until this week.

The reality star is set to document her battle with Covid in an upcoming episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

But before the episode airs, Khloe appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to talk about her experience.


Khloe explained: “At the very beginning, I tested positive and it was so incredibly scary.”

“I mean, it’s still scary, but especially then, when the whole world was shutting down, and we didn’t have really any information, or the information we had just changed every single day.”

“I remember I just wore a mask, I remember I wore gloves, just because speculation all about COVID, but nobody really knew, and we were all like, ‘There’s no way I could have COVID.'”

Khloe’s whole family decided to get tested in March, and she was the only one to test positive for the virus, which “really alarmed” everyone.


The mother-of-one said she had to quarantine in her room for 16 days, which she described as the “hardest part”.

“I don’t care about how beautiful of a place you have, being taken away from your child – because I couldn’t be around my daughter – was the most heart-wrenching thing,” she said.

Khloe’s battle with Covid-19 was revealed on Tuesday, in a new teaser for KUWTK.

In the clip, Khloe says: “I just found out that I do have corona, I have been in my room … it was really bad for a couple of days, vomiting and shaking and hot and cold.”

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