Controversial British broadcaster Piers Morgan has revealed that he has COVID-19.
Although the 56-year-old is fully vaccinated after receiving both doses of AstraZeneca, he believes he contracted the coronavirus at the Euro 2020 soccer final at Wembley Stadium two weeks ago.
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In an essay for Mail on sunday“Morgan said it is the” hardest [he’s] Meaning “of a disease in adulthood.
Two days after the game, he began to have symptoms of COVID-19, including chills and fever, violent cough and sneezing spells, for which he underwent a lateral flow test and a PCR test, which confirmed that he has COVID. -19.
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Morgan says she has now recovered from the symptoms, which also included “strange pains,” but her voice is deep.
“My voice now sounds like Barry White’s, although I couldn’t feel less like a love walrus,” he wrote for the publication.
“This is definitely the hardest thing I’ve ever felt from any illness in my adult life, but as I slowly come out the other side, coughing and spluttering.
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“I am still here, unlike many millions of people around the world who have lost their lives for [COVID-19] in this pandemic. “
Morgan credits the vaccine for his recovery and says that “[owes] a sincere debt of thanks “to the scientists who created it.
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