‘Real Housewives of New York’ spoilers find that the show certainly has a lot to say about those who decided to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with their family members and people outside of their households this past weekend.
With Covid-19 cases rising in many parts of the country, Dorinda has taken to her social media account to tell people to “stop the madness.” Here’s what she has to say.
“So, I am sitting here on Instagram going through everyone’s weekend and it’s disgusting. People are making up their own rules,” Dorinda began in the almost three-minute-long video she posted on social media. “Let me tell you about my Thanksgiving! [I was] all alone, not because I wanted to be. I’m trying.”
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‘Real Housewife’ went on to say that while she had a lot of people over for Thanksgiving last year, she wants to model good behavior this year, seeing how we are still in the middle of the global pandemic that has also been known as the coronavirus.
“I managed to go and see my parents who have basically been alone for nine months. Didn’t even have my daughter here, okay? Because she didn’t get COVID tested and she went to the city, so we made a responsible decision not to bring her home,” she went on. “And I sat in the sitting area as they sat in their dining room and we talked for 20 minutes. Why? Because we are trying!”
“So, all these people that had their dinner parties and got a COVID test, that is a moment in time! It’s a marker. It’s just a marker,” the 55-year-old continued.
“The minute you leave and you go out and you see your friends and you have parties and you have gatherings, you’re exposed again or potentially exposed again. Who would know? Please, everyone, stop! Stop the madness! It’s dishonest, it’s disgusting, [and] it’s immoral.”
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