‘RHOA’ Star Shereé Whitfield On COVID-19: ‘Take It Serious’
Written by BET on July 26, 2020
Actual Housewives of Atlanta OG Shereé Whitfield first revealed that she examined optimistic for the coronavirus on July 15. Now, the fact star is brazenly talking about her COVID-19 signs and urging everybody to “take it severe.”
In an Instagram Stay episode of Hollywood Life’s TVTalk on Monday (July 20) the fact star mentioned that she was first experiencing what she thought was a scratchy throat. She then developed a dry cough, which she thought was regular due to allergy season.
“I began getting a headache,” she mentioned. “I normally don’t begin getting complications in your eyes and your nostril and your complete face is simply hurting and so I believed I had a sinus an infection or allergy symptoms.”
The previous RHOA star mentioned that she quickly was hit with a low-grade fever and physique aches.
“I actually didn’t get out of my mattress for two weeks. I didn’t eat for one week,” she defined. “You lose your style and your scent and also you simply can’t eat. I’d power myself to eat an orange and a few crackers a day, however that’s actually what I ate for an entire week.”
Whitfield mentioned she believes she contracted the coronavirus whereas attending a small celebratory birthday weekend at a buddy’s home who invited her over for dinner and brunch.
She mentioned that when she began feeling extra underneath the climate she determined to succeed in out to her buddy and was shocked by her response.
“I discover out that she had [the virus], her and her complete household — I don’t know if that is the place I bought it from,” Whitfield revealed. “However her and her complete household ended up with COVID a number of days after I used to be there. That is the issue that I’ve with that’s that you’ve an ethical obligation if you contracted this. You need to attain out to folks you probably have been round them.”
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