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Actor infected with coronaviruses: Thought I was going to die

The last four months has not been fun for Alyssa Milano, who is best known from the tv-series " the Witches from Warren Manor, where she starred in 178 of the 179 episodes.

at long last she has finally been confirmed that she has been infected with the coronavirus, even though she has three times testedes negative for the covid-19. The she writes in a posting on Instagram.

'It was me 2. april, after I had been sick for two weeks. I had never been sick that way before,' she writes to the image, and continues:

'Everything hurt. I lost my sense of smell. It felt as if an elephant sat on my chest. I could not breathe. I could not keep food in me. I lost nine pounds (four kilos, red.) on the two weeks. I was confused. I had low grade fever. And the headache was terrible. I had all the symptoms of covid-19.'

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the Actress was twice tested for the disease at the end of march. Both time the answer was however negative, and the same went for the antibody test, she got taken, after she got better.

Alyssa Milano is best known for the role as Pheobe Halliwell in the series 'the Witches from Warren Manor. Photo: Frank Ockenfels/Spelling/Kobal/Shutterstock

Since then, she has been living with various symptoms for four months, and she is still not quite at the top.

Therefore, she was again tested for antibodies at a laboratory, and this time the answer was different.

'I testedes positive for the antibodies. I had covid-19,' she rolls fixed in the advertisement, as she has written to draw attention to that, various tests are not accurate, and that you therefore do not know the real number of infected people.

'I would also like to note that the disease does not is false. I thought I was going to die. It felt as if I was about to die.'

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Alyssa Milano has also had roles in series such as 'My Name is Earl', 'Who's the Boss?' and 'Melrose Place'.

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