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Laura Byrne calls out ‘confusing’ info from NSW Health about her Covid medical discharge


She discovered her positive Covid result during a car trip to Queensland with fiancé Matty ‘J’ Johnson and their two daughters just before Christmas

And now The Bachelor‘s Laura Byrne has called out ‘very confusing’ information from NSW Health about when she’s allowed to leave her at-home isolation.

The reality TV star, 37, seemed perplexed that she could leave isolation even though members of her own family still had Covid symptoms.

Mixed messages: The Bachelor’s Laura Byrne (pictured) has called out ‘very confusing’ information from NSW Health about when she’s allowed to leave her at-home isolation

Laura said she was on ‘Day 10’ of her isolation and had been ‘symptom free’ for two days. 

She had also been told directly by health authorities she could leave her home.

‘Even though I live with people who still have it… I’m still able to go out as of the tenth day,’ explained the mother-of-two.

Puzzling: The reality TV star, 37, seemed perplexed that she could leave isolation even though members of her own family still had Covid symptoms

Puzzling: The reality TV star, 37, seemed perplexed that she could leave isolation even though members of her own family still had Covid symptoms

Byrne then asked any of her followers working with NSW Health to ‘please call’ her if she had been ‘given misinformation’.

‘But if you don’t call me, I’m free! I’m going to go off the phone call I had, so yeah.’

Matty, 34, meanwhile still had several days to go until his release.

A family affair: Matty, 34, (pictured with the couple's two daughters) meanwhile still had several days to go until his release

A family affair: Matty, 34, (pictured with the couple’s two daughters) meanwhile still had several days to go until his release

According to the NSW Health website, those deemed positive Covid-19 cases ‘can leave self-isolation when you are “medically cleared”.’

‘If you are self-managing you are able to leave self-isolation 10 days after your positive test, as long as you have had no symptoms for 72 hours – you will receive a SMS with this information,’ the site added.

‘If you are under the care of a clinical team, your team will tell you when you will be released from isolation.’

On Monday, Matty revealed his symptoms in a video shared to his Instagram as his family continue their isolation at home.    

Diagnosis: Matty previously revealed his Covid symptoms while isolating at home with fiancée and their children

Diagnosis: Matty previously revealed his Covid symptoms while isolating at home with fiancée and their children

‘My symptoms for Covid were…started off with a bit of a sore throat, bit of a blocked nose, and then just a bit of a head cold,’ he told his followers in the clip.

‘In the mornings, I’d have aches and pains…come good by the middle of the day, and by night time, I’d feel super exhausted.’

Matt explained that ‘day five,’ which was Christmas Day, was the ‘worst day’ for him as he was ‘horizontal’ by the end of the night and completely fatigued. 

‘Now I feel I’ve turned a corner,’ the former reality TV star said on a lighter note. 

Analysis: The former reality TV star listed his symptoms throughout the day, saying, 'In the mornings, I'd have aches and pains...come good by the middle of the day, and by night time, I'd feel super exhausted'

Analysis: The former reality TV star listed his symptoms throughout the day, saying, ‘In the mornings, I’d have aches and pains…come good by the middle of the day, and by night time, I’d feel super exhausted’

‘I still have a bit of a blocked nose, bit congested, but overall I feel much, much better.’

Matt then pointed out that the main difference between his symptoms and his fiancée Laura Byrne’s symptoms was that she has lost her sense of smell and he hadn’t. 

He also revealed that the ‘biggest mystery’ for them was that their 10-month-old daughter Lola doesn’t have the virus and appears ‘immune’ to Covid, while their eldest daughter Marlie, two, had the virus.  

Differences: Matt pointed out that the main difference between his symptoms and his fiancée Laura Byrne's (pictured) symptoms was that she has lost her sense of smell and he hadn't

Differences: Matt pointed out that the main difference between his symptoms and his fiancée Laura Byrne’s (pictured) symptoms was that she has lost her sense of smell and he hadn’t

Laura explained in a post on Christmas Eve that she discovered her positive Covid result during a car trip to Queensland with Matty and their two daughters. 

Laura had driven the car six hours north from Sydney to see Matty’s family for Christmas before finding out about her diagnosis, and was subsequently forced to turn the car around and head home. 

‘Guess who drove six hours in a car with two kids, a dog and Cocomelon on repeat only to find out that they have Covid…and then had to drive another six hours home?!!’ the podcaster asked her followers on Instagram. 

Boo! Just before Christmas, Laura explained she found out she tested positive during a car trip to Queensland with Matty and their two daughters

 Boo! Just before Christmas, Laura explained she found out she tested positive during a car trip to Queensland with Matty and their two daughters

‘WE DID!!!’ she answered in a follow-up post with an unimpressed Matty J standing next to her. ‘Merry Christmas to everyone, except Omicron you piece of s**t.’ 

The couple revealed that Laura was ‘feeling fine’ at the time of her diagnosis. 

The Bachelor star added that she lost her sense of taste and smell on Friday and has to self-isolate with Matt for the next 10 days. 

Oh no! Laura added that she lost her sense of taste and smell on Friday and has to self-isolate with Matt for the next 10 days

Oh no! Laura added that she lost her sense of taste and smell on Friday and has to self-isolate with Matt for the next 10 days 



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