‘Why would I feel a ***** g lie about having a virus? “

Alyssa Milano appeared on CNN on Thursday Cumo prime time “I vaccinate between anger, anxiety and just complete grief,” the actress said this spring to talk about her bout with COVID-19 and ended an inconsistent and frustrating testing process in the US. Said to test positive for COVID-19 antibodies despite other results. For the virus, the symptoms of which he experienced in April, are coming back negative.

Exactly one day after his interview with Chris Cuomo, Milano was back in the hospital. According to a social media post shared on Saturday, the worker visited an emergency room on Friday to flush out a blood clot after experiencing “real heaviness” in his chest. No clots were found, but the former Charmed Star – who will soon surprise her role as Samantha Mikeli again Who’s the boss Sequel with Tony Danza – sharing how health scares and a resurgence of symptoms suggesting that it is a COVID-19 “long-lived.”

“This virus sucks,” Milano wrote, posting a selfie wearing a mask taken from her hospital bed. “Please take it seriously.”

The 47-year-old invited fans to share their own COVID-19 experiences, sending helpful comments detailing their symptoms. In response to a question, she tweeted that she suspected that she originally contracted the virus while traveling. In Another tweet, She shared that she still sweats every night so often.

But many have doubted her health claims, citing her negative claims. When a Twitter user accused him of “lying”, Milano expressed his stand, tweeting, “Are you kidding me ?! Why would I lie ***** g about having a virus?”

On Sunday, demonstrating the hair loss associated with COVID-19, she returned to Twitter to share a video while brushing her wet hair. “Wear a damn mask,” she told the audience after taking out several strands from a brush.

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