Anna Camp, who contracted COVID-19 after not wearing a mask “once”, has a warning: “It can happen to anyone”

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Anna Camp is begging everyone to wear masks after she said she recently contracted coronavirus after a one-time case where she was not wearing a mask.

“I felt it was my responsibility to share that I ended up having Covid-19,” the camp, 37, began in a long note shared on his Instagram Tuesday. “I have since tested negative, but have been extremely ill for over three weeks and still have persistent symptoms.”

The “Pitch Perfect” actress said that since the start of the pandemic, she has remained “incredibly safe, wearing a mask while being aware of the use of hand sanitizer.

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However, Camps said that “once, when the world was starting to open up, I decided to give up wearing my mask in public. A. Time. And I ended up having it.

“People say it’s like having the flu, but I’ve had the flu, and it’s absolutely not that,” Camp continued. “The panic of catching a virus that is fundamentally incurable and that is so new that no one knows the irreparable, long-term damage it is doing to your immune system is incredibly stressful.”

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Camp said her symptoms included: “I completely lose my smell and taste without knowing when or even if they will return,” a feeling she described as “extremely disorienting,” adding that “I only smell about 30% of the way I used to now.

The singer said other symptoms arrived about a month later, including “dizziness, extreme fatigue, affected sinuses, upset stomach, nausea, vomiting and fever.”

Actress and singer Anna Camp said she contracted coronavirus after not wearing a mask ‘once’. (Photo by Andrew Toth / Getty Images for Entertainment Weekly)

She maintained that she was not naive that she has since lived to tell the story of her recovery and urged everyone to do everything in their power to mitigate the spread of the deadly virus.

” I’m lucky. Because I am not dead. But people are, ”she wrote. “Please wear your mask. It can happen at any time. And it can happen to anyone.

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She continued, “Even this time you feel safe. We can all make a difference. Wearing a mask saves lives. ”

Camp also thanked those who contacted and watched her “during this frightening time.”

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“Please be careful there. Let’s all do our part and wear a mask. I don’t want any of you to go through what I did. Even though it’s a small thing, it can have a huge impact, and it’s incredibly easy to do❤️.

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