Zoë Foster Blake ushers in the New Year 'Omicron negative' after testing positive before Christmas  1

Zoë Foster Blake ushers in the New Year ‘Omicron negative’ after testing positive before Christmas 

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Zoë Foster Blake ushers in the New Year ‘Omicron negative’ after ‘crying a lot’ when she tested positive for Covid just before Christmas


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Zoë Foster Blake shares son Sonny, seven, and daughter Rudy, four, with comedian husband Hamish Blake. 

And in a now-expired Instagram Stories post, the beauty guru and bestselling author revealed that she was spending New Year’s Eve ‘Omicron negative’.

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The 41-year-old multi-millionaire told fans in a second post that she had tested positive for Covid-19 a week prior and ‘ruined Christmas’ as she was ‘hosting’. 

Recovered: Zoë Foster Blake (pictured), 41, ushered in the New Year 'Omicron negative' after testing positive for Covid-19 before Christmas. Pictured in an Instagram Stories post

Recovered: Zoë Foster Blake (pictured), 41, ushered in the New Year ‘Omicron negative’ after testing positive for Covid-19 before Christmas. Pictured in an Instagram Stories post

Zoë’s first post saw her teary-eyed in bed while sick with Covid-19 during the holidays.

‘I cried a lot. Because I ruined Christmas (we were hosting) and also I was sick as [a dog],’ she wrote online. 

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She then followed with a more recent photo, where she flexed her muscles after receiving a negative test result just in time for New Year’s Eve celebrations. 

Sick with Covid: The beauty guru's first post saw her teary-eyed in bed while sick with Covid-19 during the holidays. 'I cried a lot. Because I ruined Christmas (we were hosting) and also I was sick as [a dog],' she wrote online

Sick with Covid: The beauty guru’s first post saw her teary-eyed in bed while sick with Covid-19 during the holidays. ‘I cried a lot. Because I ruined Christmas (we were hosting) and also I was sick as [a dog],’ she wrote online 

‘But today I did my best to #thinknegative and I was and we are GOOD,’ she wrote.

Zoë added: ‘Omicron is here to mess s**t up so stay well, stay safe and know you’re VERY not-alone.’  

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New South Wales and Victoria have kicked off 2022 with record numbers of new Covid-19 cases.

Power couple: The multi-millionaire wed comedian Hamish Blake in 2012. Pictured at the 2021 AACTA Awards in Sydney on December 8

Power couple: The multi-millionaire wed comedian Hamish Blake in 2012. Pictured at the 2021 AACTA Awards in Sydney on December 8 

Family: Zoë and Hamish, 40, share son Sonny, seven, and daughter Rudy, four (all pictured)

Family: Zoë and Hamish, 40, share son Sonny, seven, and daughter Rudy, four (all pictured) 

NSW recorded another 22,577 cases and four deaths on Saturday as the state’s huge outbreak continues to surge.

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It is another daily case record, surpassing Friday’s 21,151. 

The rising case numbers come as Premier Dominic Perrottet continues to focus on hospitalisation and intensive care numbers rather than the daily case total.

There are currently 901 people hospitalised with the virus in NSW, with 79 people in intensive care.

New pandemic record: New South Wales recorded another 22,577 cases and four deaths on Saturday as the state's huge outbreak continues to surge. It is another daily case record, surpassing Friday's 21,151. Pictured: people gathering for New Year's Eve celebrations

New pandemic record: New South Wales recorded another 22,577 cases and four deaths on Saturday as the state’s huge outbreak continues to surge. It is another daily case record, surpassing Friday’s 21,151. Pictured: people gathering for New Year’s Eve celebrations

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Meanwhile, Victoria recorded another 7442 Covid-19 infections for the final day of 2021, starting the new year with another pandemic record.

It is a jump of more than 1500 cases on Friday’s 5919 infections.

Another nine people – aged in their 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s – have died with the virus, taking the state’s toll since the pandemic began to 1534.

There are now more than 24,000 active cases in Victoria, along with 98 people in intensive care, including 51 actively infectious and 21 ventilated. 

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Latest figures: Meanwhile Victoria recorded another 7442 Covid-19 infections for the final day of 2021, starting the new year with another pandemic record. It is a jump of more than 1500 cases on Friday's 5919 infections. Pictured: Melburnians celebrating New Year's Eve

Latest figures: Meanwhile Victoria recorded another 7442 Covid-19 infections for the final day of 2021, starting the new year with another pandemic record. It is a jump of more than 1500 cases on Friday’s 5919 infections. Pictured: Melburnians celebrating New Year’s Eve

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