Dancing on Ice star Matt Evers fears he has coronavirus after revealing 'flu symptoms' - EpicNews

March 21, 2020 – 16:11 GMT Jenni McKnight

Dancing on Ice star Matt Evers has been self-isolating after admitting he has been experiencing coronavirus-like signs. The skilled ice-skater confessed he has been “very sick” for the previous 5 days and as a precaution has stored himself at dwelling for worry of probably spreading the virus. “I’ve been very sick for the past five days. I’ve been having flu symptoms and been really spaced out,” he instructed The Sun. “I’ve been down, thinking what am I? Who am I? I can’t get home to my family in the States too, I have elderly parents so I’ve been feeling pretty helpless.”

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Matt additionally admitted that his psychological well being has been affected after his work ended on Dancing on Ice, however he has been getting help from former associate Ian ‘H’ Watkins and Candice Brown. He added: “Also after DOI it’s a massive comedown. You’re used to working out daily, getting calls from producers three times a day, but all this has stopped. I can’t work out because I have been too sick. I’m focussing on getting better. I’m so lucky I’ve been leaning on H for support, and Candice who have been amazing.”

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Matt Evers has been experiencing COVID-19-like signs

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Following his admission, Matt was inundated with messages of help from his followers on social media. Thanking them for his or her form phrases, he later wrote on Twitter: “Thank you guys for the messages. I became unwell this past Sunday. It was a very weird cold like illness. Headaches, body aches, coughing and now no taste or smell. I’ve been in isolation since then & feeling much much better today. Stay strong and we will get through this.”

He additionally shared a photograph on Instagram of himself wanting peaceable as he gazed out of a window. Praising the NHS, Matt wrote: “Stop, breathe, give thanks to our medical workers and have faith.”

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