Real estate hot shot Todd Chrisley is known for putting a lot of his life on camera as the head of the USA reality series Chrisley Knows Best, which is set to premiere Season 8 at some point in 2020. However, Chrisley and his family played things very close to the vest recently concerning his positive diagnosis for COVID-19. After spending some time in the hospital, Chrisley is apparently now on the mend, and he revealed how bad things got.
Todd Chrisley immediately jumped into the nitty gritty during the latest episode of his and Julie Chrisley's podcast Chrisley Confessions. Literally as soon as the episode started, he started dropping details. In his words:
At that point, Todd Chrisley shared his concerns for all the elderly people who aren't in a better position health-wise to fight the debilitating COVID-19 symptoms. All while Julie continued to hammer home how serious the pandemic is.
Even though Todd Chrisley was able to record a podcast with his wife, that doesn't mean he's rid himself of all the COVID-19 symptoms. Sometimes recovering can be only slightly less miserable than the peak of an illness. Here's how Chrisley says he is on a grand scale.
Obviously Todd Chrisley's family had to keep a fair distance after he was diagnosed with coronavirus, as not to spread anything themselves.
Fitting (and expected) that he would bring up daughter Savannah Chrisley, who took to social media to give more backstory to his coronavirus diagnosis. Here's part of the message she wanted to spread.
It's excellent that Todd Chrisley and others are recovering well from his diagnosis, considering not everyone is able to say the same. In recent days, entertainers such as Grammy-winner John Prine, Gomer Pyle star Forrest Compton, Fountains of Wayne musician Adam Schlesinger and more. Here's hoping the Chrisley family can all look forward to healthy months ahead as the wait for Season 8 of Chrisley Knows Best continues.
Check out Savannah Chrisley's full post below.
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