Piers Morgan revealed he still has "shocking fatigue and little taste/smell" almost three weeks after his first Covid symptoms.
The former Good Morning Britain host thinks he may have caught the Delta variant of coronavirus when he was attending the Euros final at Wembley stadium.
The Euros final between Italy and England was on 11 July.
Piers had both doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine but began to have symptoms two days after the game, which included a raging fever, chills and violent coughing and sneezing fits.
And now, almost three weeks later, he still can't really taste or smell anything.
"Day 18 since covid symptoms started and still have shocking fatigue & little taste/smell," he wrote on Twitter.
"Anyone else who got virus after being fully vaccinated having same ‘journey’ ?"
Some of his 7.1 million followers took to his tweet to share their experiences after getting double vaxxed.
One of his followers wrote: "Was double vaxxed with AZ and have spent the past 14 days in hospital on oxygen... no joke this thing!"
"I am double vaccinated and I caught Covid, I am still incredibly exhausted all the time, it has been just over 5 weeks now and no change," another said.
"My GP said that it should be away in 12 weeks, my taste is only just recovering properly now and my smell took 3 weeks to come back."
Another person revealed: "My husband and I both fully vaccinated and very unwell after being diagnosed with COVID at beginning of July.
"My husband is 51yrs and this is the first time in his working life he's been off work unwell. We didn't wake up today until 12:40 and had to drag ourselves out of bed."
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When he first got tested positive, Piers shared that it was the " roughest he's felt" in a long time.
"My confidence that the event would be 'covid safe' had disintegrated," Piers said. "It was turning into an unregulated free-for-all."
After he began experiencing symptoms, Piers took a lateral flow test that came back positive and a PCR test confirmed the result.
He suffered fever, cold sweats, coughing, sneezing and "strange aches".
He told the Mail on Sunday: "My voice now sounds like Barry White, though I couldn't feel less like a Walrus of Love."
Piers added: "This is definitely the roughest I've felt from any illness in my adult life, BUT, as I slowly come out the other side, coughing and spluttering."
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