Kelly Dodd took to Instagram to “clarify” her comments about the coronavirus epidemic – again.
The “Real Housewives of Orange County” star Took aim The coronavirus in Page Six, Orange County, California, was wrong after we published his claim on Tuesday.
The reality star said in her Instagram story on Monday, “No one is wearing a mask here in Orange County, yes, because no one is dying here for the virus. However, the county The death toll was up to 133 As on monday
“I have not been able to reduce the number of deaths caused by the virus in any way, and I feel for their loved ones,” Dodd, 44, responded to our report. “However, 133 out of 3 million people died in Orange County – much lower than most.”
Addressing his celebratory remarks about people not wearing masks, he added, “I’m excited and excited to come out and have some signs of normalcy.”
The “RHOC” star also blasted us weekly Dodd is accused of not wearing a mask He himself in the video recorded on Memorial Day.
“I wore a mask,” he said before pointing to his mother in the clip. “This woman was not wearing a mask right now, and no patrons were wearing masks while we were eating. There were servers, but you can’t eat with a mask, so get your facts straight.
This isn’t the first time Dodd has had to “clarify” his comments about the epidemic.
In April, he repeatedly apologized, saying COVID-19 was “God’s way of diluting the message.” Two weeks later, he went on fire again, saying, “Well, people are dying! I’m sorry to tell you.”