Giuliana Rancic Gives a Health Update After Testing Positive for Coronavirus

Giuliana Rancic says she's "feeling good" weeks after testing positive for COVID-19. Scroll on to read her exclusive statement to E! News.

By Jess Cohen Oct 06, 2020 4:00 PMTags
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Giuliana Rancic says she's "feeling good" just over two weeks after sharing her coronavirus diagnosis.

As fans of the beloved E! host may know, Giuliana revealed in September that she and her family had tested positive for COVID-19. In her message to fans, the journalist explained that she'd be unable to host the Live From the Red Carpet: The 2020 Emmy Awards special due to her diagnosis. Giuliana, who said she was "doing well" at the time, also noted that her husband, Bill Rancic, and their son, Duke Rancic, had also tested positive.

So, how is everyone doing today? "I'm happy to say we are back to our normal, daily routine and feeling good," Giuliana tells E! News. "Bill, Duke and I are thankful to be on the other side of this and grateful that we were able to quarantine at home together as a family."

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"I also want to say 'thank you' to everyone who sent us well wishes," she continued. "Those messages always managed to put a smile on our faces and we really appreciated everyone's kindness."


In her message to fans in September, Giuliana explained that she's "thankful" she learned of her diagnosis before traveling.

"Hey, everyone. As I go into my 20th year on the E! red carpet I have to say I do not take missing an award show lightly, but unfortunately this year is just so different," she began. "As part of E! and NBCUniversal's very strict testing guidelines, especially before an event like this, I did find out that I tested positive for COVID-19. Now as much as I didn't want to hear that, I'm very thankful I heard it before I traveled and possibly could have exposed other people. So for that, I'm thankful."

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