Mick Foley, who announced that he tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month, took to Twitter to give an update on his health.
On his official Twitter account, WWE Hall of Famer posted a video where he talked about his current condition.
Foley had gone into self-quarantine after being exposed to COVID-19 during a virtual signing event. Foley subsequently tested positive for the virus.
According to Foley, he had been having trouble sleeping, which is a symptom of COVID-19, which was why he was taping the video at 5 AM. While he was wide awake, he was also suffering from “brain fog” and was easily fatigued.
Probably the worst of it, from the point of view of a former professional wrestler, was the loss of strength. According to him, he was able to do 50 push-ups before he caught COVID-19, now he was only able to do 12 or 13.
Foley started and ended his video by warning people to take COVID-19 seriously and to take precautions such as social distancing and mask-wearing.
“Believe me, you don’t wanna catch this. It sucks, look out for each other, stay safe, and we’ll all have a nice day, yeah,” concluded Foley.