Kira Kosarin Thanks Boyfriend For Taking Care of Her After COVID Diagnosis

Kira Kosarin is showing her appreciation for her boyfriend Max Chester for taking care of her the last couple of weeks.

The 23-year-old singer and actress revealed on Monday afternoon (December 21) that they both tested positive for Coronavirus.

“Hi friends. I wanted to wait till I was feeling better to let you know, but I’ve been fighting COVID-19 the last couple weeks,” she shared in one post. “LA is the most infected city in the world right now, and so despite being careful and cautious last 9 months, I managed to get the virus.”

“My symptoms have been very manageable, that of a bad cold/mild flu. The hardest part has been the ongoing lack of taste and smell (it’s far more disorienting and disheartening than I could have imagined!), but other than that (and some lingering cough/fatigue), I’m on the mend now,” Kira added.

“Shoutout to this angel who has been asymptomatic and taking care of me this past two weeks while quarantined together. The hardest days are infinitely better with you by my side and I’ll gladly be stuck in a one bedroom apartment for 14-days with you any time ❤️ @immaxchester,” she shared in another post for Max.

“Endless sleepovers with favourite person in the world? Yes pls ❤️,” Max commented on the post. Aww!

Last week, Los Angeles had a record high of single day COVID-19 cases, at 60,941, on Wednesday (December 16). Here’s your friendly reminder to practice safe social distancing, wear a mask, and wash your hands!

“We need everyone to remember: any activities outside our homes are more dangerous than they were a month ago. One in every 80 people in L.A. County are infected with COVID-19,” Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti tweeted on Tuesday (December 22). “Please limit non-essential activities. Stay home as much as possible.”

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