It is with a heavy heart, I am sharing this news.
The entire month was filled with ongoing sickness but I had no clue the road would eventually lead to this.
I didn’t notice until last week when I started coughing. I felt dizzy and suddenly lost my sense of taste. I thought fever does this to you.
Then the next day, I lost smell.
No matter how much I try, I can’t smell anything. It felt weird.
My brother saw this — and confirmed I have been infected. He works as a volunteer along with the cops to curb coronavirus in and around the city. He said I am showing every symptom possible, and then took out a little Oximeter machine...
The signs were clear.
As much as I hate to admit this, I would like to feel strong and believe this is temporary.
Right now, I have locked myself in the room. With no taste, smell, and a blank mind — my activities are severely limited. I apologise for missing out on all the actions.
In fact, sometimes my body feels like it has been coated with fire. And then there are times I feel cold yet sweat excessively. To lose the sense of smell has left me confused. My right side of the ear has issues (called Otitis Media) and I can’t hear anything from this side anymore. Even simple act like talking on the phone or standing is a privilege.
I am writing this with laptop on my stomach and gratitude in my mind. Whatever happens, the show must go on. We must grow. The next few days are going to be challenging.
These are testing times. I hope and wish to come back with a positive update soon.