Actress Rosie Perez has revealed that she signed the Covid-19 during a trip to Bangkok in December, calling the experience horrific.
In an interview with ApproxXX, the 56-year-old actress reflects on her horrific experience of contracting the novel coronavirus, reports HollywoodPorter.com.
She revealed that she was in the middle of filming “The Flight Attendant” when she had to stop production after being diagnosed with the virus.
“I told everyone, ‘We’re going to stop.’ When we went to Bangkok, I signed Kovid.”
She explained that covid was an unknown virus at the time and was being described as a “new respiratory tract infection.”
“And at the time, they were saying, ‘It’s a new respiratory tract infection. It’s a virus that runs around. We don’t really know what it is and what it does, but it attacks the respiratory system first and then The other travels. “Your body parts’,” she added.
The actress added: “It was horrible. I remember my manager was with me, and I said, ‘Tariq, don’t let me die in Bangkok.’ And he goes, ‘Oh God, you’ll scare me.’ And the head of the ICU says, ‘Sir, you should panic. This is serious. We’ll put him in a separate room.’
Perez shared: “I remember the doctor saying to me, ‘The mask you have, the mask that’s mine, he wears it every time you meet someone – not just for you, but to protect them. . ‘And I couldn’t forget it. “
During the interview, Perez opened up about his experience of being reset in “The Flight Attendant”, which also starred Kali Kuoko, Xosia Memet, TR Knight and Michelle Huisman.
“I was terrified, but when I got on set everything was so skillfully executed,” she recalls: “It was fantastic. Then a facial ieldal and a blue emergency room gown. “
He also acknowledged that the hardest part of working again was “waiting for COVID results”.
“Every day, you go to work, we had to test – even the days in which we didn’t work. So, it was stressful.”
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