JOY-Anna Duggar revealed she had Covid while pregnant with her daughter Evelyn last year.
Her health news comes as her family has been criticized for partying during the pandemic.
Joy-Anna Duggar revealed she had Covid while pregnant with daughter Evelyn last year[/caption]
Joy-Anna replied to a follower question in her Instagram stories: “Have you and your family had Covid?”
The mom of two replied: “Yes, Austin and I both tested positive for Covid last year.”
She went on: “I was still pregnant with Evelyn. We both had body aches, slight fever and lost our taste and smell.
“Thankfully we recovered quickly.”
Joy-Anna revealed she and husband Austin Forsyth both tested positive for Covid last year[/caption]
Joy-Anna shared she got sick while she was pregnant [/caption]
Joy-Anna gave birth to a daughter Evelyn Mae in August.
The TLC stars suffered a miscarriage in 2019, and Joy-Anna only learned she was pregnant with Evelyn a few months after the devastating miscarriage.
Back in November, fans criticized her for leaving Evelyn unattended on the couch as her older brother Gideon played beside her.
Counting On fans recently dissed Joy-Anna’s sister, Jinger, and her family for the way they’ve been handling the pandemic saying on Reddit: “You guys won’t even mask. You are the problem!”
One wrote: “Easy to say when you have no expenses, rent, or a mortgage. Or a job to worry about losing for that matter. Tone-deaf morons.”
Jinger was slammed for sharing a photo of a big family reunion where no one wore a mask.
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Jinger recently posted of the last year and the pandemic: “2020, what a year it’s been. Many people have suffered more this year than they ever have before.
“Many have wept over the loss of a loved one. Countless have lost their source of income. Depression and anxiety running rampant as the future remains uncertain.
“I have been pondering the reality of what has taken place this past year. It’s a year that has shaken not only the US but the entire world.”