Celebrity doctor Drew Pinsky has tested positive for COVID-19. Pinsky, known as “Dr. According to a message shared by his Instagram account, “Drew” is “under surveillance”.
“Drew feels better and will [hopefully] The post said quickly.
Pinsky has a doctorate in internal medicine and, in addition to his media career, is also in private practice in Southern California. He shared a health update on Tuesday night, telling his followers that COVID-19 is “not fun.”
Pinsky said in a video: “I don’t recommend this, but I am in the viral stage of virus propagation.” He added that he has taken a lot of “good medicine” to attack the virus. He said he was on the “fifth or sixth day”. Pinsky said he is now “happy” to receive “COVID-19”, but not “early” in the pandemic.
Pinksey said his positive test was a relief.
“Because I have this terrible acute febrile illness and the test is negative, if I don’t have COVID, then I have acute lymphoblastic leukemia, which I don’t want to have because that is the only way to solve what happened to me ,” he revealed. “Therefore, COVID can explain the whole process well. Now we have many good treatments for COVID. I look forward to the other side of immunity.”
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the immune response to COVID-19, including the duration of immunity, is not yet understood. The CDC pointed out that there is not enough information to say whether someone has a certain degree of immunity, and if they have antibodies to the virus, they can also prevent re-infection.
Pinsky’s diagnosis came months after he apologized for underestimating the severity of the virus and calling the pandemic a “news-induced panic.”
“My earlier comments about treating the coronavirus as the flu were wrong. They were incorrect. That was what I said at the time. And we were wrong. I apologize for that,” he said in April. “I wish I did it right, but I did it wrong.”
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