Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy Osbourne’s daughter Kelly Osbourne shared several posts on Twitter accusing those who keep their COVID-19 positive diagnosis as a secret of being serial killers and claimed that HIPAA rules shouldn’t apply for the coronavirus pandemic.

HIPAA stands for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, which is United States legislation that sets data privacy and security provisions for safeguarding medical information, such as medical records and other identifiable health information.

As you may know, Kelly Osbourne has been out in the open about her COVID-19 test results throughout the pandemic. She has posted her negative test results on her official Instagram page numerous times and has been honest about her current health status.

Recently, Osbourne shared a number of posts on her official Twitter page and stated that HIPAA’s privacy rules should not apply to COVID-19. She also suggested that not sharing the fact that you are positive for coronavirus should be a crime since it might cause other people to die.

Here is what Kelly Osbourne stated in her tweet:

“I do not think HIPAA rules should apply for covid. It should be illegal not to tell people that you are covid positive!!”

Moreover, Kelly shared another tweet and declared those who refuse to share their coronavirus test results as serial killers considering the fact that they might spread the disease and cause some other people’s death. Osbourne criticized people hiding their diagnosis by reminding them that they are as sick as their secrets.

Here is how Kelly continued her criticism:

“Remember you are only as sick as your secrets!!! As far as I’m concerned if you keep your Covid positive diagnosis a secret you’re a fucking serial killer!!”

You can see the Twitter posts below.