CHICO, Calif. - One family shared how they are coping with COVID-19.
"I have never felt like this in my life," said Robin Robbins.
Jen and Robin Robbins are Camp Fire survivors and now, they are fighting a new battle.
"We can't even walk across the room without having to sit down and almost collapse," said Jen Robbins.
Jen tested positive for COVID-19 on Nov. 17 after being exposed to a co-worker with symptoms.
Robin, tested positive shortly after on Dec. 3. Their 10 and 12-year-old daughters, sick with the virus as well.
"Olivia showed toe symptoms just two days ago," said Jen.
"Covid is just like hour to hour which something new will pop up," said Robin.
Both Jen and Robin are frontline workers. Robin had the choice to stay in a hotel and quarantine after Jen tested positive but decided to stay home to care for her.
"It was kind of a luck that I didn't get it as soon as I thought I would," shared Robin. "It sounds awful but that way I could prepare to get sick."
Robin and Jen shared the worst parts of having COVID-19.
"Not being 100% available for your children because you are so sick," said Robin.
They said they are thankful for the community's endless support.
"People we haven't even met drop a meal off here and there," said Jen. "It has been really nice that people are checking in on us. You know people that we don't even know."
Jen and Robin are both on antibiotics and taking vitamin D in hopes of fully recovering from COVID-19 soon.