RHOA star Sheree Whitfield reveals she has tested positive for COVID-19

REAL Housewives of Atlanta alum Sheree Whitfield warned that COVID-19 is "no joke" after she tested positive for the virus.

The 50-year-old reality television star took to Instagram on Tuesday to reveal her diagnosis.

"Hey guys, just checking in. I know I have been M.I.A.," Sheree said at the start of the video.

"I tested positive for COVID-19," she said, explaining to her followers that she has been at home self-quarantining for the past week and a half.

"I just want you guys to know that it is no joke," she said, before reassuring her fans that she's feeling "much better today."

The Bravo star said she would post something later on social media to answer questions about her experience and provide details on her symptoms.

Sheree then urged her followers to take care of themselves and be safe.

"B well u guys….," Sheree wrote in the caption.

Sheree joined the original cast of RHOA when it first premiered on Bravo in October 2008.

She left the show after the fourth season, but returned in season eight as a "friend" of the housewives.





Sheree was once again promoted to being a main cast member for seasons nine and 10 and left the reality show after its tenth season.

The latest season 12 of RHOA concluded in May with a reunion that was virtually filmed in April due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Sheree was married to former NFL player Bob Whitfield, 48, from 2000 to 2007.

The mother-of-three shares son Kairo, 24, and daughter Kaleigh, 21, with Whitfield and she also has daughter Tierra Fuller from a previous relationship.

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