Hollyoaks' Stephanie Davis updates fans amid 'horrific' battle with Covid-19

Hollyoaks star Stephanie Davis has updated fans on her condition, after she was rushed to hospital and tested positive for Covid-19 last week.

The actress, who portrayed Sinead O’Connor on the Channel 4 soap, branded the pain she was experiencing as ‘absolutely horrific’.

‘I woke up in pain’, she said in a series of videos posted on her Instagram Stories.

‘I’m just going to focus on getting well, now.

‘I’ve woke up starving, I can’t wait until I can be able to eat again, but I’m sending you all my love.

‘Hopefully when I get the camera down today, they’ll figure out a lot of stuff about what’s going on.

‘Covid has been absolutely horrific, and I think today, well yesterday, was the worst day yet. But I’m just going to focus now on getting better.

‘I’ll let you all know again when I’m feeling a little better.’

Stephanie, 28, also asked her fans to remain cautious amid the coronavirus pandemic, urging them to ‘stay safe’ and wear their masks.

‘Please stay safe,’ she added. ‘Stay safe. Wear your masks. Wash your hands.’

The soap star revealed last week that she tested positive for Covid-19, and had to call an ambulance, as she ‘was in so much pain’, after she ‘woke up and couldn’t move.’

‘So last night I had a bit of a headache before bed, and my sinuses. I woke up so ill. I had to call an ambulance basically, and I’ve tested positive for Covid-19,’ she said on Instagram Stories. 

‘I feel like I’ve been run over. And the worst part is my skin, its killing me. I’m just in so much pain, oh my god, this is horrible.

‘And it happened so quick, I don’t even know… I basically woke up and couldn’t move. 

‘I’ve never had sore skin before. Normally, I suffer with my chest. I feel rotten.’

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