When announcing that she has contracted the deadly virus, the '19 Kids and Counting' alum details that though she doesn't have fever, her body 'aches' and 'chills are terrible.'

AceShowbiz - Amy Duggar has tested positive for COVID-19. The former "19 Kids and Counting" star announced on her social media page that her test result came back positive which prompted her to cancel her Christmas holiday plans.

On Friday, December 24, the 34-year-old reality star took to her Instagram account to reveal her coronavirus diagnosis. "Christmas is cancelled here until further notice," she wrote in the caption along with a screenshot of her FaceTiming with her husband Dillon King, an image of COVID Christmas meme and a picture of a Christmas tree with hand sanitizers, face masks and tissue hanging on it.

"My test results came back positive, my husband is quarantined in our bedroom and his quarantine ends soon," Amy continued in her lengthy caption. "My quarantine started yesterday and I'm in the bedroom upstairs away from everyone!"

Amy went on to detail her symptoms as saying, "I don't have fever but the body aches and chills are terrible." She further noted that her mom Deanna Duggar and her son Daxton Ryan "are doing great." She shared, "I can hear Elf playing downstairs [heart emoji]."

While Amy admitted that her family's COVID holiday is "definitely not the Christmas I thought we would be having," she wrote that they would be doing a make-up celebration in January once everyone's healthy again. The "Counting On" alum continued, "Found out that Delta Airlines cancelled 200 flights due to Omicrom and that's the airline we flew on from our Atlanta trip."

Amy pointed out that "nothing is wrapped, [they] didn't do a family picture, [they] are separated from each other." However, she highlighted that "life is still good and there's so much to smile about."

Near the end of her lengthy post, Amy explained that she will use her 10-day quarantine time to "grow closer to the Lord, see some blockbuster hits and rest" despite feeling "trapped." She also said that she's "so thankful" for her mom for taking care of her son. She concluded her note, "Until we are better Merry MERRY Christmas!" adding a hashtag that read, "#KingCovidChristmas."

In the comment section, her fans have been sending her wishes for her family's speedy recovery. "Praying for complete healing. Stay away from the hospitals. Praise the Lord, you will now have natural immunity," one wrote. Another person chimed in, "Praying for a speedy recovery. Christmas is a season not a day [heart emojis]. Merry Christmas."

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