This Morning star Dr Zoe gives updates on her coronavirus symptoms after self-isolating - EpicNews

March 19, 2020 – 13:05 GMT Francesca Shillcock

This Morning‘s Dr Zoe Williams has given an replace on her coronavirus symptoms after beforehand revealing she was self-isolating. The physician, who repeatedly seems on the daytime present, video-called from her residence to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield within the studio throughout Thursday morning’s episode, saying: “[I’m] Not 100 per cent, but definitely on the mend.”

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WATCH: Dr Zoe gives replace on her coronavirus symptoms to Holly and Phil

The GP and former Gladiators star then went on to clarify in additional element how she felt originally of the sickness. “It came on very quickly. I was running round playing football with my nephew on Saturday afternoon,” she mentioned, including: “Three hours later I was practically slumped at the table, feeling completely exhausted and wiped out. And I just had to take myself to bed for two days.” On her symptoms, she defined that she had skilled feeling “feverish, aching, absolutely exhausted”. She added: “[I] just couldn’t really do anything. And then after those two days I am gradually feeling much better.”

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As effectively as detailing her personal expertise with the virus, Dr Zoe went on to disclose that sadly her boyfriend has additionally been struggling with symptoms. “[He] has taken to his bed on day five. We know that the incubation period is typically five days for coronavirus, so it kind of fits with the whole story.” We’re wishing them each a really speedy restoration!

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The replace from Dr Zoe comes quickly after host Phillip admitted that the remainder of the crew on the ITV present had been there by “the skin of their teeth” over fears surrounding the pandemic. After saying the information that widespread soaps had been to cease filming, Phillip, 57, mentioned: “That also goes for [EastEnders], Casualty, Holby and Doctors. I mean it’s bound to happen isn’t it.” The TV star added: “We’re all holding on by the skin of our teeth.”

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