JK Rowling poses with her medal after being honoured by the Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge.
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JK Rowling has revealed she has “completely recovered” from what she believes was coronavirus, despite not being tested for the illness.
The Harry Potter author wrote on Twitter that she had experienced “all symptoms” of Covid-19 over the last two weeks. She also shared a viral video demonstrating a specific breathing technique to be used by those who believe they have the virus.
“Please watch this doc from Queens Hospital explain how to relieve respiratory symptoms,” Rowling wrote.
“For last 2 weeks I've had all symptoms of C19 (tho haven't been tested) & did this on doc husband's advice. I'm fully recovered & technique helped a lot,” she added.
After being bombarded with messages of support from her followers, Rowling returned with a second tweet to reiterate her current health.
The video shared by Rowling sees Sarfaraz Munshi, a doctor at Queen’s Hospital, Essex, and offer advice on methods of breathing which should prevent coronavirus symptoms worsening.
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