Kim Kardashian West and Her Babies Test Positive for the Coronavirus

Kim Kardashian West and Her Babies Test Positive for the Coronavirus

- Kim Kardashian West had a really bad case of Covid-19, along with her kids, which shut down production of her show for two weeks

- Kim says Saint tested positive after an apparent outbreak at his school and she was really worried about him

- North started feeling sick soon after and eventually both she and Kim discovered they had it too, which stumped Kim’s 'baby bar' studying

It has been reported that Kim Kardashian West and her family caught the dreaded Covid-19 virus, which resulted in them shutting down filming.

It all came out in the most recent episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Kim explained how the family caught the virus while she had been studying for her second shot at the 'baby bar' exam.

Filming was put on hold for two weeks so that everyone was safe and so that Kim and her fam could recover.

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Kim Kardashian West and her babies test positive for the coronavirus
Kim Kardashian West and her family caught the dreaded Covid-19 virus, which resulted in them shutting down filming. Image: @kimkardashian
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Saint was the first to test positive after an outbreak at his school. Shortly after, North and Kim tested positive too. Kim was really worried about her babies.

Luckily, everyone pulled through and have all made full recoveries. Kim, unfortunately, flunked the baby bar again as she couldn’t study through all of this, but is still going to give it another shot.

YEN.com.gh previously reported that Kim Kardashian West had reportedly failed her 'baby bar' exam. Becoming a lawyer is not easy and Kim is realising that quickly. It all came out on a preview for Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

Kim confessed to not having passed the exam and Kourtney and Khloe looked a little taken-aback. Kim explained:

"If you are doing law school the way I'm doing it, it is a 4-year programme instead of your typical 3-year programme, and after year 1, you have to take the baby bar. This was actually harder, I hear, than the official bar."

Source: Yen Ghana

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