Soap star Stephanie Davis was admitted to hospital on Thursday where she was diagnosed with Covid-19.
Former Hollyoaks actress Stephanie Davis has shared a video from hospital after testing positive for coronavirus.
The 28-year-old said she had developed a headache before bed and woken up with symptoms that led to her calling an ambulance.
Davis, who played Sinead O'Connor in the Channel 4 soap from 2010 to 2019, told her followers she felt like she had been "run over".
In one video posted on her Instagram story, she is seen lying in a hospital bed with an oxygen mask and intravenous drip.
Davis explained: "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. I feel like I've been ran over.
"The worst part is my skin. I can't touch my skin, it's killing me. I'm just in so much pain.
"Oh my god, it's horrible. And it just, it happened so quick. I basically woke up and couldn't move."
Davis, who is mum to son Caben-Albi, four, and suffers from asthma added: "I've never had sore skin before, so I thought: 'Well, this isn't like a chest infection'. Normally, I suffer with my chest. I feel rotten.''
The actress last posted on Instagram on Tuesday when she shared a picture celebrating her friends wedding with her boyfriend Oliver Tasker.
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