Ex Hollyoaks star Stephanie Davis has been rushed to hospital in an ambulance.
The soap star has been put on oxygen as she’s in ‘so much pain’.
The 28-year-old said: “Last night I had a bit of a headache before bed and my sinuses – and I woke up so ill and had to call an ambulance basically.”
“I feel really ill, like I’ve been run over. I can’t touch my skin as it’s killing me,” she added.
She continued: “I’m just in so much pain – oh my god, this is horrible. It happened so quick, I don’t know, I just woke up and couldn’t move.”
She added how she has tested positive for Covid-19.
“They’ve started me on some fluids and some painkillers to try and help the pain,” she told her Instagram followers.
“Did anyone else have sore skin? I feel like I can’t touch my skin.”
Taking to her Instagram Story, Stephanie explained she was rushed to hospital on in an ambulance Thursday night
It was there that the mother-of-one tested positive for Covid-19, she told followers.
The 28-year-old – who starred in Hollyoaks until 2019 – was then given oxygen to help her breathe.
Stephanie was also given fluids, painkillers and a nebuliser by medics.
She detailed her symptoms alongside irritated skin, with breathlessness and a headache prevalent.
Stephanie is an asthma suffered but it is not yet known whether the soap star, aged 28, has had a vaccine to protect against coronavirus.
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