There are several public figures who in these days are telling their battle against the coronavirus. After Tom Hanks and his wife, the conductor Piero Chiambretti, and the journalist Nicola Porro, now comes the testimony of the supermodel and Victoria’s Secret angel Alexina Graham.

The british model, 30 years old, said in a post on Instagram the calvary lived in the early days of the disease. A way to warn those who are still taking sottogambe the restrictive measures imposed by governments around the world. “Someone does not yet take seriously, I read news on meetings and even on the party in the house. Please, stay in your home in isolation or only with those who live,” says the thirty-year-old british model, before telling what was experienced on his skin.

The calvary of Alexina Graham

Alexina then explains what are the effects of the disease on his body. “It is scary: the first day was always puking and I used to go to the bathroom multiple times, then fever and chills. I could not breathe and even to speak, my lungs didn’t allow it. I had a tight chest, I was not able to enter and exit the bathroom alone, and I needed help even to get up from the bed. Even eating has become painful,” says the top model of Nottingham, before launching a new appeal to the population. “Please, take it seriously and stay home”. He then concludes: “Thanks to our heroes of health, the national health service and all operators in this crazy time”.

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Little Sister looks after Big Sister ❀️ Thank you Sister!! I was scared, I was in pain and I didn’t know what was to come but you took care of me, you held me, you wiped away my tears and you have been there through each step. When you couldn’t be with me in the hospital you were there on the phone. Family, best friend, and my nurse at home. Love you πŸ’• Day 5 and I’m getting stronger and feeling better daily πŸ™ŒπŸΌ. Thank you to the people who sent kind messages, love and good vibes πŸ’— It really meant the world to me and lifted my spiritsπŸ’‹ Some People are still not taking this seriously. I see on the news there are still gatherings going on and even house party’s!!Please stay home in isolation alone or with who you live with only!! It’s scary-I was throwing up and on the toilet at the same time multiple times through the first day, the fever appeared and then when It broke I got severe chills, i was light headed, I lost shortness of breath, I lost the ability to be able to speak properly in full sentences,my lungs just wouldn t let me, my chest was tight, I wasn t able to get in and out of a bath alone, i needed help to get in and out of bed and even eating became painful!! Please take this seriously and please stay home. Love to you all out there ❀️ Stay safe everyone 🌎 πŸ’‹ πŸ’‹ (the first photo was taken when we had already started self isolation at home, my first symptoms started, but I thought I had food poisoning only) #keepsafe #stayhome #lookaftereachother #lookafteryourself Big Thankyou to our health hero’s, Thankyou to the NHS and Thankyou to Key workers in this crazy time πŸ’—

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A post shared by Alexina Graham (@alexinagraham) date: 30 Mar 2020 at 1:10 PDT

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