Mayim Bialik of The Big Bang Theory is 'anxious to go out' after receiving Covid

Mayim Bialik of The Big Bang Theory is 'anxious to go out' after receiving Covid ...

Mayim Bialik, who plays Covid in The Big Bang Theory, has updated fans about her past by sharing her symptoms via a series of Instagram videos.

Bialik talked about her since she tested positive, discussing the consequences of the virus''s mental as well physical properties in candid comments.

She discovered that she has completely vaccinated for COVID-19 and that despite taking precautions, she had left her feeling unwell about leaving her house.

Bialik Breakdown''s post (@bialikbreakdown)

"Something that I hadn''t anticipated is that I have a new level of anxiety about going out," the actor said.

"I''m certainly very grateful that while I was traveling in the safest manner that I could, it''s part of me that I decided to go. I feel guilty. I''m sad. And I am unsure about the future in the world. "

Melissa Rauch, Bialik''s former Big Bang Theory co-star, apologized for bringing her throat tea to Iliza Shlesinger, saying, "I got a good pep talk," she said.

The actor of Call Me Kat then reminded followers that the virus is no joke, revealing that she was left feeling extremely physically fatigued. "It''s quite exhausting, but the exhaustion is very special," she said.

"I had mononucleosis when I was in college, and the exhaustion hits like this where you can only be awake, you may try to be awake, but then all of a sudden you need to sleep." "I''m expressing gratitude that I never took my mask off outside."

"I''m just putting this out there, I''m feeling a lot of worry. "I''m guessing why did I ever go out," said the author.

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