Katie Price’s son has been tested for Covid-19 after struggling to breathe in intensive care.
Seriously ill Harvey is fighting for his life in hospital and doctors fear he could have caught coronavirus after he “presented symptoms” of the deadly disease.
“Harvey has been tested for the virus after he was having trouble breathing,” says an insider.
“Katie’s seriously worried about him because his heath complications would mean that catching coronavirus would be very serious. Doctors are waiting for the results and should have them by Tuesday.”
More than 289,000 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the UK since the start of the outbreak, and as of yesterday 44,819 people had died.
Harvey has the rare genetic condition Prader-Willi syndrome, which can cause weight gain and behavioural problems, and is also partially blind and on the autistic spectrum.
He was rushed to Epsom Hospital in Surrey on Sunday night after his temperature spiked to 42C.
The teen will be in hospital “for at least a week” as doctors monitor his condition round the clock.
Harvey, 18, is now in a stable condition but remains critically ill in intensive care.
The Sun Online can reveal he was visited by mum Katie yesterday.
“Katie had to change clothes and get in scrubs and full PPE to visit him,” says the insider.
“She remains extremely worried about him but she’s trying to stay strong.”
On Twitter, Katie told followers: “Thanks so much for all your messages of love and support for Harvey. It’s really keeping me going.”