‘Bachelor’ Colton Underwood Reveals He Went 8 Days With No Symptoms of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) After He Was Infected on a Ski Trip

by Jeremy Spirogis
Cassie Randolph and Colton Underwood

Colton Underwood shares his story of how he contracted the coronavirus (COVID-19) and warns that it took a full eight days for him to really feel any signs in any respect. Many followers harassed Underwood and his girlfriend, Cassie Randolph once they discovered he was constructive for the virus.

The couple was out at a film and the seaside earlier than the constructive check, so followers complained that they weren’t social distancing. 

Cassie Randolph and Colton Underwood
Cassie Randolph and Colton Underwood on the ‘I Still Believe’ Premiere on March 11, 2020 | Paul Archuleta/Getty Images

‘Bachelor’ alum Underwood is aware of the place he was contaminated with the coronavirus

“I returned to LA after attending a weekend celebrity ski event in Beaver Creek, Colorado, which turned out to be a hotbed for infections,” Underwood wrote within the journal he shared with Cosmopolitan. “I felt great when I got back and dove into work and whatever else I had on my schedule.” 

Underwood returned from Beaver Creek on March 8, 2020. He didn’t really feel any signs of the virus till March 17, 2020 — a full eight days later. 

“By last weekend [March 13], Eagle County, home to Vail and Beaver Creek resorts, had as many coronavirus infections — 24 — as Denver County, despite having one-tenth of the population,” in line with NY. Times

The ski resort shut down one week after Underwood attended the ski occasion. There at the moment are 147 circumstances in Eagle county, in line with the state web site. Underwood is assured that the resort is the place he contracted the virus.

‘Bachelor’ Underwood went about his regular life after leaving the ski resort

“I spent the week capturing my new social-series podcast Coffee With Colton, obtained prepared to advertise my ebook, and labored with Cassie on a possible new film mission,” Underwood continued. “The two of us also attended a private movie event for work on Wednesday, March 11.”

As the information of the virus started to worsen, Underwood and Randolph determined to go away LA, California. 

“We thought it would be best to get out of our places in LA,” Underwood wrote. “We headed to Cassie’s family’s home in Huntington Beach, where we could be surrounded by family.”

Underwood defends his and Randolph’s journey to the seaside after which the hospital

The former bachelor started to really feel signs of the coronavirus on March 17, 2020. He was capable of finding a health care provider to get a check on March 18, 2020. He shared the information that he was constructive with COVID-19 on March 20, 2020. Fans shortly started messaging Underwood and Randolph, complaining that they weren’t doing their half social distancing. 

“On Sunday, we decided to go for a swim,” Underwood defined. “I know what you’re thinking, but it’s actually pretty easy to practice social distancing at the beach here in SoCal, so for those of you picturing the Florida beaches covered in spring breakers…think the opposite, especially at this time of year.”

For the followers saying that the couple mustn’t have been on the seaside, Underwood notes that the seaside was empty. While bodyboarding, Randolph was stung by a stingray. The physician insisted she go to an emergency room. 

“We called ahead, wore masks and gloves, went through two different checkpoints, and ended up being the only people in the waiting room,” Underwood continued. “We didn’t see a single other person besides the nurse checking us in and the doctor.”

Underwood would really like the world to know that they did their half to maintain others from contracting the coronavirus. Luckily, he’s lastly feeling higher — one week after receiving the constructive check outcomes.

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