Actor Tamannaah Bhatia, who had tested positive for COVID-19 two weeks ago, has recovered from the deadly infection and expressed her gratitude to the doctors and medical staff at the hospital she was being treated in, adding that they made “everything better”.
Tamannaah took to Instagram to post a picture with the medical staff at the Continental Hospital as she looked positively happy and healthy.
“Words cannot describe how grateful I am to the doctors, nurses and the staff at @continental_hospitals. I was so sick, weak and scared but the you made sure that I was comfortable and treated in the best possible way. The kindness, sincere caring, and concern made everything better!” she captioned the photo.
Earlier, she had also shared a fitness video in which she talks about her desire to get back to training and building her stamina since testing positive for the coronavirus.
“It’s time to take baby steps and get back my stamina. This is an extremely important step after recovering from coronavirus. Keep going but make sure you listen to your body,” she captioned the video which was posted on her Instagram account.
The Baahubali actor further said that she had been slowly getting back to working out and doing yoga among other things in her #BackToFitness video. She also mentioned that at one point she was able to do 40 push-ups in one go, but was struggling to do four now since her COVID-19 diagnosis.
In August, Tamannaah had confirmed that her parents had first contracted the virus while she tested negative for COVID-19. However, soon after, it was confirmed that she had also tested positive for the infection.
It was during the shooting of a web series in Hyderabad that Tamannaah had started showing symptoms. She revealed that she had all the symptoms, including severe headache, body ache, fever and cough, and her oxygen level also dropped.
The Paiyaa actor was hospitalised for a few days before being sent home for isolation. She further admitted that she was scared as she had far harsher reaction to the disease and it affected her badly.