TV host Nancy Grace has Covid along with husband, teen twins & 88-year-old mom

TV host Nancy Grace has been diagnosed with Covid-19 along with her husband, teen twins and her 88-year-old mom, reports say.

The radio host and author's mother, Elizabeth Grace, was tested for coronavirus last Friday after she felt tired and was coughing.

The 88-year-old learned she had Covid-19 on Monday, reported the Daily Mail.

Nancy took her mom straight to hospital and she is currently being cared for in a coronavirus ward there.

The popular crime journalist, her husband David and their twins were tested and quarantined.

On Wednesday, it emerged that the whole family had contracted the highly contagious virus.

Nancy has flu-like symptoms, a loss of smell, and a cough; her kids have mild headaches, sore throats, and her son John David also can't taste.

Her husband is also experiencing severe headaches, while her elderly mom remains hospitalized as the family are all battling the bug.

"We're praying for my Mom that she returns home as soon as she can," Nancy told the Mail.

"We'd like to thank the tremendous doctors and nurses who are taking such wonderful care of her.

"David, the twins and I, will continue to isolate at home while we recover and we look forward to Mom coming home as soon as we are all better."

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