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Alyssa Milano Calls Out Those Recovered From COVID-19 To Use Their Power To Save People

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Hollywood actor and TV personality Alyssa Milano released a forceful message to encourage people who recovered from the coronavirus disease to take action for the current patients.

Milano, who had also experienced COVID-19 in a tough way, posted a series of selfies through her verified Instagram and informed her fans & followers in the caption section that there are 22.6 million infected people in the United States of America in current, and added that right now there is a surge in the patients had COVID-19.

In order to control the spreading of the disease, Milano wrote that people who recovered from the COVID-19 have so much to do. She continued:

“If you’ve recovered from COVID-19, you may have powerful antibodies in your blood plasma — one COVID plasma donation can help save up to 4 COVID patients!”

 Then the actor stated that apart from those who have had the disease before, other people can contribute to global efforts by donating blood to hospitals in need.

As fans might remember, the ‘Little Italy’ actor declared that she had tested positive for the coronavirus disease back in summer, and documented her experience with the disease through certain social media posts. At that time, the Hollywood actor detailed the effects of the contagious disease, by showing off sizable clumps of hair that came out when she was brushing.

Alongside the multiple posts, she informed people regarding the disease with the following words:

“I had never been this kind of sick. Everything hurt. Loss of smell. It felt like an elephant was sitting on my chest. I couldn’t breathe. I couldn’t keep food in me. I lost 9 pounds in 2 weeks. I was confused. Low grade fever. And the headaches were horrible.”

See below to view the mentioned Instagram post.

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