Khloe Kardashian


Keeping Up With The Kardashians has been airing new episodes for season 19 and tomorrow's episode is a pretty serious one. In the episode, which will air tomorrow at 8pm ET/PT on E! Khloe Kardashian reveals her COVID-19 diagnosis and recovery.

Khloe contracted the illness earlier this year and has since made a full recovery, but the KUWTK cameras made sure to document every moment.

Watch the sneak peak:

In the clip, Khloe is seen curled up in bed recovering from the illness. With a course voice and weakened mind, she tells viewers what she's going through.

"Just found out that I do have corona. I have been in my room. It's gonna be fine but it was really bad for a couple days."

She then goes on to describe her symptoms:

"Vomiting and shaking and hot and then cold and I suffer from migraines but this was the craziest headache- I wouldn't say it was a migraine. The cough in my chest would burn when I would cough. And, I throat is still not fully recovered- clearly."

She also included a stern warning to anyone who may think the pandemic isn't serious:

"Let me tell you. That sh** is real. But we're all gonna get through this. I'm praying if we follow orders and listen we're all gonna be okay. May god bless us all."

Khloe soon made a full recovery and was back to her normal quarantine activities after much needed rest.

Watch her full recovery in the upcoming episodes of KUWTK on E!

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