'The View' Co-Host Ana Navarro Says Her Father Has COVID-19 a Week After Mother's Death

Ana Navarro is a fan favorite on The View and viewers had been following her closely since revealing her mother was extremely ill. Sadly, Navarro’s mom died on Dec. 15 at the age of 81 in Nicaragua. Navarro had more bad news for her followers when she confirmed her father had tested positive for the coronavirus (COVID-19).

What happened to Ana Navarro’s dad?

After Navarro’s mom died, her father was supposed to visit her in Miami to spend the holidays with her. The View co-host can’t travel to Nicaragua due to the political climate and how dangerous it is to those that criticize the government. However, Navarro’s dad was not able to make the trip because he tested positive for COVID-19.

“My dad was supposed to be flying in from Nicaragua today to spend Christmas and my birthday with me. I haven’t seen him in 10 months. He was by my mom’s bedside day and night. They were married 60 years. Her death has devastated him,” Navarro posted on Instagram.

The political commentator continued, “I desperately wanted to hug him and pamper him. I’m down to one parent and all I want is to smother him with love and attention. Now, he has COVID! Obviously, he can’t fly until he tests negative. I’m so grateful he’s vaxxed.”

Ana Navarro cancels Christmas

Navarro said that her father is not experiencing severe symptoms and only feels like he has a cold. Due to the climbing numbers of people testing positive for the virus, the TV personality said she was “pulling the plug” on her Christmas Eve party.

“Just too much sadness, sickness, and risk. Between family members, friends and colleagues, I know 12 people with Covid right now, and 10 more who are quarantining because they’ve been exposed,” she added.

Navarro added that her new plans are to stay home with her dog and husband and eat the Christmas dinner that was intended for 16 people.

“And please people, please, get your loved ones vaccinated and boosted, even if you have to drag the stupid, selfish ones, (we all have some), there kicking and screaming. Take precautions and try to stay safe,” she concluded.


Ana Navarro pays tribute to her mother Violeta

Navarro had kept fans up to date with her mother’s health after first opening up about her illness on The View. Despite being very sad about her mom’s death, Navarro said that she felt privileged of having had her mom for the time that she did.

“I know it is a privilege to be able to bury your parents, not the other way around,” she said in an emotional Instagram post on Dec. 15. “Wish my mom had been in good health a little longer, I wish she had gotten to hold her youngest great-granddaughter, born last month, and who is named Violet, after my mom. I also know I am among the lucky ones, had a great mom for almost 50 years. I grieve because I loved. [I’m] going to miss my mom but will carry her love and the lessons she taught me for the rest of my life.”

Navarro was also grateful to everyone that prayed for her mother’s health, adding that she told her mom that her followers were sending her good vibes.

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