‘I feel a lot of fear’

Mayim Bialik

Mayim Bialik

Presley Ann / WireImage Mayim Bialik

Mayim Bialik was positive on the test COVID-19.

The Jeopardy! The presenter revealed her diagnosis to fans on Instagram on Monday, explaining that she became infected with the virus after being vaccinated and fed.

“Hey everyone, I’m not sure if this is a click bait or not, but I have COVID,” ex Big Bang Theory the star, 46, said in a video posted on her main account.

She then pointed to his followers on Instagram Live which she created on account for her podcast, Mayim Bialik’s Breakdownin which she went into depth about her symptoms and her feelings throughout the situation.

“I have COVID, and this is no joke,” she said in the video, adding that exhaustion is her number one feeling. “It’s very exhausting, exhaustion is very special. I had mononucleosis when I was in college and exhaustion occurs so you can’t to be awake, you can try to be awake, but then suddenly you have to fall asleep. “

“I hope it will pass soon,” Bialik said. “I’m trying to believe that my body knows what to do. I have asthma, I have a thyroid condition, which means it’s immune compromised.”

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To help treat her symptoms, Bialik tried a variety of things, including warming lemon juice with ginger and turmeric – a suggestion she said she discovered from a friend.

“One of the embarrassing things about COVID is that everyone has things they should be doing,” Bialik said, reaching for her cabinets to show off all the proposals she had recently received. “I have zinc and magnesium and immune stuff, D3, this crazy vitamin C that tastes really bad, but that means it’s good for you.”

“You know what else he does weird? Graham crackers and dark chocolate!” she joked. “I don’t know, that’s what I craved.”

Despite her jokes, Bialik told her followers that she was “not trying to shed light on any aspect of this at all,” saying, “I know there are people who don’t have the resources or the care. It’s something I’ve been following since the beginning of COVID.”

“I thought about all people with small children, especially single parents, because I can’t imagine this level of exhaustion that I need to take care of small children now,” she added. “I know so many people in this world are in this situation and it’s really devastating for me.”

As for getting COVID for the first time, although she said “she will surely find us”, Bialik emphasized that she was disappointed that it finally happened to her.

“I feel a lot of regret that I ever took off the mask ever in the world, as well as outside” former Blossom said the star. “I feel great fear. Why did I ever go out? Why did I think anything was wrong?”

“Please be careful,” she told her companions at the end of her video. “I hope everyone stays safe. I’ll drink this and then I’ll fall asleep.”

Mayim Bialik hosts Jeopardy

Mayim Bialik hosts Jeopardy

Jeopardy / Instagram Mayim Bialik

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After her recovery, Bialik will return as co-host Jeopardy!! next to the series champion Ken Jennings based on rotation.

The move was chosen after the executive producer of the series Mike Richards was appointed permanent host in August 2021, although he was later stripped of his role his earlier controversial comments and alleged behavior reappeared.

Recently, Jennings, 47, was a witness at Jeopardy! champion Matteo Roacha string of 23 wins. Later Roach’s race came to an end On May 6, Jennings announced that the show would be his last episode in a while. As he takes an extended break from his home duties, Jennings has confirmed that Bialik will step in.

“I’m returning the keys to the talented actor-producer-screenwriter-director (!) @Missmayim for a few months,” tweeted May 7. “We’re lucky to have her! Thanks for watching and I’ll be back before the end of the season.”

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