Kris Jenner Tests Negative for Coronavirus After Possible Exposure: Source
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Kris Jenner has reportedly tested negative for COVID-19 weeks after she attended a party for Universal Music Group chief executive officer and chairman Sir Lucian Grainge, who is currently hospitalized with the virus.

An "Entertainment Tonight" source on Monday revealed, “Kris Jenner has been tested for coronavirus after attending Universal Music Group CEO Lucian Grainge's birthday bash a couple weeks ago. Grainge tested positive and Jenner wanted to make sure she was being proactive in getting tested."

"Kris wasn't sick and didn't have any symptoms, but since she was in contact with someone who tested positive, she took the test," the insider continued. "Jenner luckily tested negative for coronavirus."

Per Variety on Sunday, Grainge was hospitalized at UCLA Medical Center after being diagnosed.

Reportedly, the music executive celebrated his 60th birthday on February 29 in Palm Springs with a party attended by Apple CEO Tim Cook, veteran music manager Irving Azoff, Apple senior vice president Eddy Cue, and Jenner, among others.

The event was reportedly held at La Quinta’s Madison Club, a community of private residences.

Homeowners of the exclusive enclave reportedly include Jenner, Jenner’s daughter and son-in-law, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, as well as Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford, Sylvester Stallone, manager Scooter Braun, Ray Romano and Alan Smolinsky, one of the owners of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

According to Variety sources, communal facilities at the Madison Club — including the golf course and club house — have been shut down in response to Grainge’s illness.

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