Fashion influencer Arielle Charnas tests positive for coronavirus and shares the "horrible" symptoms - EpicNews

March 19, 2020 – 18:30 GMT Leanne Bayley

New York influencer Arielle Charnas (identified for her weblog Something Navy) is thought for sporting the newest designer threads, and making us all resentful over her fabulous life. But this week, the fashion star has posted a special sort of {photograph} – one from her bed room sporting PJs affected by coronavirus. The mum-of-two revealed to her 1.3million followers at the starting of the week that she believed she had coronavirus. “It’s been four days since I started feeling incredibly sick,” she mentioned. “Each day the symptoms evolve into something else and while I can’t imagine how I’d ever catch coronavirus (from what I know I haven’t been in contact with anyone who has it) I’m dealing with the weirdest virus I’ve ever had since mono.”

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Arielle Charnas posted this picture on Instagram

She continued: “I’m so happy my fever is gone but the body pain that I’m feeling today is unlike anything else. It feels like we’re all in a bad dream right now but I’m determined to bring back some normalcy to our lives.”

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On Wednesday, she gave her involved followers an replace, saying she had been examined positive for COVID-19 and she described the symptoms she skilled, revealing: “Started out with a very dry throat for a few days. Then a sore throat like the kind before I’m getting a cold, also chest heaviness, my fever lasted two days … I then had a terrible headache and sinus pressure. I have zero appetite and no sense of taste or smell.”

Arielle and her household

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She concluded: “Finally, what I’m dealing with now, which has been the worst, are the HORRIBLE body aches and skin sensitivity, like debilitating. Keeping me up all night. She explained that extra strength pain killers help but as soon as it wears off the discomfort returns.”

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The dressmaker signed off her message: “I know that many of you are scared and anxious, but please stay calm, follow the directive of the medical and government communities and please be kind to one another.”