British actress Stephanie davis has detailed his battle with COVID-19 in a series of Instagram Stories.
The actress, best known for her role as Sinead in Hollyoaks, He has not been vaccinated against the virus and was taken to the hospital last week after testing positive for COVID-19.
In her stories, the 28-year-old described her battle with the virus as “horrible,” adding that it left her “barely” able to speak and in immense pain.
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In one story, the mother of one spoke in a husky and weak voice urging people to: “Wear your masks, wash your hands.”
“I woke up hungry, I can’t wait to be able to eat again. Hopefully I lower the camera today,” Davis said in a video.
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“That will solve a lot of things that are happening. Yes, it has been absolutely horrible. I think today or yesterday was the worst day yet,” he said, wearing an oxygen mask.
“I’m going to focus now on getting better,” he said in another clip. “Thanks for all your messages, it really means a lot.”
Davis described feeling like she “got run over.”
“I can’t touch my skin because it’s killing me,” he said.
“I’m suffering a lot, oh my gosh, this is horrible. It happened so fast, I don’t know, I woke up and couldn’t move.”
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