Andy Cohen Says He Isolated During Second COVID Bout by Sending Son to Stay with His Nanny: ‘Really Upsetting’

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The hardest part of Andy Cohen’s second battle with COVID-19? Far from his son Benjamin.

On Monday’s episode of Cohen’s SiriusXM radio show, Andy Cohen Live!The Bravo star, 53, has opened up about his fight with COVID, explaining that he had to separate from his two-year-old son for 10 days while in isolation.

“I quarantined the house,” Cohen told Andy Radio co-host John Hill. “The first day was really dry and he was really upset and wanted to give me a big hug.” “Fortunately, what happened was we tried to get along and he didn’t get a message that he couldn’t get close to me and it was dangerous. It was really annoying. He ended up going out to Long Island with his nanny.”

“We literally broke up,” Cohen said. “She wasn’t pretty. She wasn’t pretty.”

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Since his reunion with Ben, Cohen has been sharing some of their father and son’s time with fans on Instagram Stories. In a series of cute clips posted on Wednesday, Ben expressed his happiness over Santa Claus coming to his school. He runs a list of goodies like Christmas trees, lollipops, and candy canes that will fill his day as well.

Cohen walked in with the little boy and said, “Yeah, it’s going to be a great day. To go on, Santa comes.”

Cohen said Monday that he is “better off now” after he completed a 10-day quarantine. “I woke up this morning with a negative PCR test. So I’ve done 10 days, and this is day 10, and I’m going to meet up with Ben.”

“I’m negative, I feel a lot better, and here we are,” he continued. “I got a booster shot that Thursday, and so I thought I was sick from the booster — and that I was having a reaction to the booster. And then two days later I said, ‘Wait a minute, that’s too big a reaction.'” I got very sick. But I’m better off now. “

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Cohen, who was vaccinated, first battled COVID-19 in March 2020. His latest battle with COVID comes amid an increase in the number of cases as the highly contagious omicron virus spreads across the country. New York, where he and Ben are staying, reported 28,924 cases of the COVID virus on Tuesday.

His isolation ended nearly two weeks before he hosted CNN New Year’s Eve live From Times Square with Anderson Cooper.

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