Arie Luyendyk Jr. has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
On Thursday, the previous Bachelor, 39, partook in a video on Instagram Stories that he was determined to have COVID-19 “nine days prior,” saying that the experience has been “harsh” for both him and spouse Lauren Burnham.
“A large number of you have been asking why we haven’t done Bachelor Brunch, why we’ve been so missing via online media and why I’m sitting like 25 feet from the young ladies. It’s ’cause I really tried positive for COVID,” Luyendyk Jr. starts. “Tomorrow, I will go in and check whether I’m clear.”
“It’s been harsh. I gotta state, it’s not been simple being isolated,” he proceeds.
As per Luyendyk Jr., he’s been separating “on the opposite side of the house” away from Burnham, 29, and their 1-year-old little girl, Alessi Ren.
“Lauren has been truly sweet,” he tells fans. “She’s keeping me took care of. She just slides some food outside and afterward I go get it.”
The previous race vehicle driver proceeded to post a video of Burnham and their little girl sitting on the opposite side of a long porch table, inscribing the clasp, “Thanksgiving 2020 has been unique.”
On Friday, Luyendyk Jr. gave an update while hanging tight in line for a COVID-19 test, depicting the long line as “crazy.”
“As yet pausing… quick tests are truly difficult to find here (everybody is out of them) Had to go to a free lab which charges $125,” he composed close by a selfie, which indicated Luyendyk wearing a blue clinical as he remained outside. “They complete 300 tests per day and go through them before lunch.”