The coronavirus pandemic doesn’t simply hit the older — it also hits the “younger.”
Debi Mazar, 55, took to Instagram to portray her manifestations and tell fans she’s OK in the wake of testing positive for COVID-19.
The entertainer, who co-stars with Sutton Foster and Hilary Duff on TV Land’s hit show “younger,” composed that her significant other and two tween girls felt the side effects first, about a month back.
“My entire home … got an odd bug — low-grade fever, headaches, sore throat, body aches, ears ringing and a dry cough. It cleared up quickly. Seasonal I thought? But it felt unusual/different …” Mazar wrote.
After two weeks, Mazar woke up with 102.4-degree fever and “very serious body aches.”
“I had had cocktails the evening prior and smoked a few cigarettes. I figured I had jacked my immune system from having a fun night with friends,” the Jamaica, Queens, native wrote.
Mazar called a companion of hers who is a specialist on Monday to inquire as to whether she could get the test for the deadly disease.
Accoding to Celeb Gossip she was denied the test since she didn’t meet the criteria — she hadn’t went out of the nation or interfaced with any individual who had tested positive, she composed.
“I found this kind of a CRAZY criteria for a NY’er as I had taken the subway, gone to the theater, the grocery store, the pharmacy, hair salon,” Mazar wrote. “I was the mom who was trying to prepare the home and get supplies and bleach wipes, dry goods and extra food.”
Mazar’s family followed news about the coronavirus intently on the grounds that she has family in Italy. She said her “greatest frenzy” lately was Mayor Bill de Blasio at first declining to close schools and authorities permitting development around the city.
“Prospect Park yesterday, I hear was jumpin’!” Mazar wrote.
Mazar in the long run got tested Tuesday after another companion revealed to her that CityMD/Urgent Care had units accessible.
Doctors first tested her for the flu,however results returned negative.
She was then tested for the coronavirus and doctors advised her to self-isolate while sitting tight for the outcomes — which she got Saturday.
“I’m hoping I’ve been through the worst of it already,” Mazar wrote. “One day I feel crappy and the next I’m normal. Today my lungs are heavy, but I’m tough”
Mazar said she will continue to heal at home and that her entire family will be goodfellas and stay under quarantine for 14 days.
“Stay home people! Protect yourselves and your loved ones. Build up your immune systems,” she wrote. “Good luck and God bless us all!”