Mick Foley announced on Twitter earlier this month that he was in quarantine for a few weeks in a hotel after testing positive for COVID-19.
The WWE Hall of Famer took to Twitter this morning to provide the latest on his condition. He started out the video by encouraging everybody to continue to look out for each other while wearing a mask and socially distancing themselves from others.
“First of all, here are my symptoms. I can’t sleep. I never slept well, but here it is, 5 am.” He noted that he’s wide awake and felt like complaining. “The brain fog, right? You feel like you can’t think clearly, you’re easily fatigued, and perhaps worst of all, the loss of strength.”
He said that when he was not exercising before having the virus, he was close to doing 50 push-ups even at an advanced weight. He noted that he was getting strong. Now, he’s at 12 or 13 push-ups.
Foley later added, “So I wanna warn you, or urge you to look out for each other, and 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.”
Here’s a quick COVID health update.
Bottom line: stay safe, mask up; believe me, you DON’T want to get this virus! It sucks. pic.twitter.com/WSYhvcv98t
— Mick Foley (@RealMickFoley) January 23, 2021