Actor Stephen Emel has revealed that he signed Kovid-19. The “Arrow” fame star said her main concern is not to “spoil” the future of her upcoming show “Hills”. The show was already in production in Atlanta when the actor fell ill, he said on the “Inside You F You” podcast on October 27, Online.com reports.
At the time of the October 20 recording, Emel said he tested positive two weeks ago and is now ready to return to work.
The interview is Emel’s first major public interaction since he suffered a panic attack on the same show nine months ago. “I’m a retired superhero, but take one last thing from me,” Emley said.
“If I have any discomfort, I know we talk about this sometimes on the pod and, you know, I had a panic attack on your podcast. Take it from someone who has been feeling anxious and nervous. The concept of contracting Kovid. “
Amal said he was never worried about the “fatal aspect” of getting sick with the virus, rather than clarifying, “My concern came from the idea that I would put hundreds of people down.”
Emel explained that he was already self-isolated when his symptoms appeared because another person working on the set of “Heels” had previously tested positive for coronavirus.
Recalling the symptoms, he said he felt as if his “right ear had been bandaged and I was hot and cold”, adding that he also felt “super dizzy” and lost his appetite.
He lost 15 pounds in three weeks. But the actor said he struggled more mentally.
As Amal described, on a positive test he felt he had ruined the show “because I’m number one on the callsheet and I work more or less every day”, so he felt without them “they have to stop “Product Down”.
The 39-year-old also said he understands how privileged he is to work in an industry equipped for the Covid-19 outbreak.
“I’m very lucky to have a job waiting for me on the other side if I have to go into solitude,” Amal said.
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