General Hospital spoilers reveal that Kelly Thiebaud, who plays the character of Britt Westbourne, is in a bit of a pickle, and she isn’t really happy about it. Kelly Thiebaud recently took onto her social media to update her fans about a recent mess-up that happened with her. She told everyone about a false positive test for COVID-19, and that is forcing her to stay inside. Thiebaud took onto her Twitter to express her frustration. She spoke of how she was penalized for a false COVID test that was positive.
In the initial post, the actress vented. Her post was directed to L.A. Public Health and Mayor Eric Garcetti about how they were not able to redo the test that was a false-positive result. She says that she followed all protocols as if she had actually contracted the virus. She even quarantined herself and didn’t go to work.
Thiebaud explained that her first test was negative, and the second test was positive. The actress revealed that she got the first round of the vaccination. She hadn’t traveled anywhere or been around anyone who was sick or had symptoms. Then, her third and fourth test was negative too. However, because of the L.A. Public Health rules, she cannot work for ten more days. She is feeling pissed about it.
What Would That Mean For General Hospital?
General Hospital fans weren’t happy about this news. Some fans even started wondering what it would mean on the soap opera. Right now, a big storyline is moving at Port Charles that involves Britt. To this, the actress assured the fans that, thankfully, she wasn’t getting replaced. All her scenes were just getting pushed. So, that is good news indeed. We do hope that Kelly remains okay and comes back on the soap opera soon.
Right now, there are some very interesting storylines going on in the soap opera too. And when it comes to Kelly’s storyline, her big storyline will unroll as soon as she comes back. So, don’t miss out on any of the action the soap opera is bringing in. Tvseasonspoilers.com will keep passing on all the updates about General Hospital as they surface. So, you keep an eye on this space.