Vaccinated, Hilary Duff reveals to be positive for COVID-19

Bad news. This Friday, August 20, Hilary Duff announced that she had contracted the coronavirus on her Instagram account … despite her vaccine.

the coronavirus has not finished making its own among celebrities. In an Instagram story revealed this Friday, August 20, Hilary Duff announced to have been tested positive at coronavirus. The worst ? She contracted the Delta variant, which researchers consider to be more contagious. The actress described her symptoms to her followers. “Headache. No taste or smell. Sinus pressure. Brain fog “, she told her Instagram community. And to continue: “happy to be vaccinated.”

The 33-year-old actress will need to take a few days off from the limelight. Indeed before being tested positive for the coronavirus, Hilary Duff was in the middle of filming the Hulu series, How I Met Your Father, the spin-off of the successful soap opera How I Met Your Mother, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Her diagnosis came just days after a recent post in which she displayed herself alongside other members of the casting of the new series. Namely, actors Chris Lowell, Francia Raisa, Tom Ainsley, Tien Tran, Suraj Sharma and Brandon Michael Hall. “Who is ready for us?”, she wrote in the caption, full of enthusiasm. The Covid-19 stopped him in full swing.

Before Hilary Duff, Melissa Joan Hart also confided in the coronavirus

A few days before Hilary Duff, this Wednesday, August 18, it was Melissa Joan Hart who shared news of her own state of health. She is also fighting the coronavirus despite having been vaccinated. “I have pressure in my chest. It’s hard for me to breathe, she told on her own Instagram account. One of her children unfortunately also contracted the viral disease. The fault, according to the American actress, to a lack of sanitary restrictions in his school. “I think as a country, we got a little lazy and i’m really angry that my kids didn’t have to wear masks at school. I’m pretty sure where it came from. “

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