Linda Lusardi and her husband still feel the aftermath of the coronavirus

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Linda Lusardi revealed that she is still feeling the impact of the coronavirus and that her hair has started to fall out.

The former glamor model, 61, also revealed that her husband Sam, 51, who was hospitalized along with her with the virus, is still suffering from heart palpitations.

The old girl miraculously recovered despite being “at the door of death”, but she still has not fully returned to normal.

Lasting impact: Linda Lusardi revealed that she is still feeling the effects of the coronavirus and that her hair has started to fall out

She told The Sun, “Sam has had some pretty severe heart palpitations and is under the care of a cardiologist at the moment. They don’t see anything specifically wrong.

“I had hair loss which was a bit painful. I still don’t have the energy I had before even though I can. Every week is a little better.

Linda was hospitalized for 10 days and needed oxygen and was tied to a drip during her terrible ordeal.

Struggling: The former glamor model, 61, also revealed that her husband Sam, 51, who was hospitalized along with her with the virus, still suffered from heart palpitations

Struggling: The former glamor model, 61, also revealed that her husband Sam, 51, hospitalized along with her with the virus, still suffered from heart palpitations

Test: The former page 3 girl, 61, battled the virus for weeks, admitting she felt her 'organs were failing' as the disease was at its worst

Test: The 61-year-old ex-page 3 girl battled the virus for weeks, admitting she felt her ‘organs were failing’ as illness at its worst

The Dancing on Ice star suffered from severe chest pains, fever and vomiting and sometimes hoped she wouldn’t wake up.

Linda’s children, Lucy, 24, and Jack, 21, also struggled with the double fear of the family.

She said: “The resulting mental trauma touched us all, even though it was I who was sick. My kids had to deal with the fact that they might lose both of us, me and me, and the mental effect that had on us was really traumatic.

The family have chosen not to attend counseling with the NHS and are trying to support each other for the time being.

Fight: On March 23, Linda posted an image of her hospital bed to Instagram, before claiming she was left at the 'door of death' during her illness

Fight: On March 23, Linda posted an image of her hospital bed on Instagram, before claiming she was left at the “door of death” during her illness

Help: The family have chosen not to attend counseling with the NHS and are trying to support each other for the time being

Help: The family have chosen not to attend counseling with the NHS and are trying to support each other for the time being

Linda revealed that she had barely left home since returning from her hospital stay and now lives in fear of contracting the virus again.

She previously admitted that she believed the virus to be human after vomiting a blue liquid.

She claimed the condition was just “unnatural” and seriously considered the fact that it is a manufactured condition.

“It’s nothing like you’ve never experienced before. I have had the flu before. To me, that doesn’t feel natural to me, ”Linda told Access All Areas of Fubar Radio. “I mean, I um and ah if it’s man-made because it’s unlike anything I’ve ever, ever experienced before. Vomiting blue does not seem normal to me!

'They go into the eye of the storm every day': Linda has continued to express her gratitude to the NHS since defeating the illnes

‘They go into the eye of the storm every day’: Linda has continued to express her gratitude to the NHS since defeating the illnes

She explained, “I think in the next couple of years we’re going to find out a lot more about all of this. I don’t feel like it’s a natural thing.

“If it came from a bat in a Chinese market, maybe that’s why, but it’s a very strange disease.

She explained that the near-death experience had made her reassess things: “It made me value my life a lot more and when I first went out I was just so happy to be in. life. I felt so responsible for my children… The mere thought that they might not have us anymore was terrifying.

The former glamor model surprisingly noted, “I think it made me prioritize things a bit more and realize that showbiz really, really doesn’t mean anything. “

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