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US News Cécile Bois: this sequel from which she suffers, one year after having tested positive for the coronavirus

17:33  06 march  2021
17:33  06 march  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Cécile Bois : cette séquelle dont elle souffre, un an après avoir été testée positive au coronavirus © Best_image Cécile Bois: this sequel from which she suffers, one year after having tested positive for the coronavirus Un after having tested positive for the coronavirus, Cécile Bois, the star of Candice Renoir, gave her news in the columns of Télé Star. She thus revealed to be the victim of a sequel of the disease.

Since the start of the coronavirus epidemic, many celebrities have revealed that they have tested positive. While Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson were among the first to speak out about this , several French celebrities have subsequently shared their experience. This is particularly the case of Cécile Bois, the star of the Candice Renoir series on France 2. In March 2020, she posted a video in which she indicated that she had fought in the greatest secrecy against the virus from China. But just because she had preferred to remain silent about it didn't mean that she hadn't worried. "The last week which corresponded to the last of my confinement was not funny at all . I was quite afraid as every time, all of a sudden, your lungs are wrung out and that you cannot more take the air ", she had explained to her subscribers. Fortunately in this difficult period, the actress was able to count on the broad support of her entourage, including that of her country doctor who, despite her busy schedule, took the time to reassure her.

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Cécile Bois is better

One year after having tested positive for the coronavirus, Cécile Bois gave her news in the columns of Télé Star. Back on her feet, she is happy to have passed this nightmare. Even if she does not hide having retained some sequelae of the disease. "Even though my breathing isn't quite clear, with some weird coughs every now and then , so I'm breathing a lot better," she said in the magazine's latest issue. What reassure his fans, who worried since she had revealed to have been the victim of "two superinfections" last April.

Asked last June by Gala, Cécile Bois said was concerned about the behavior of the French . While images of gathered crowds circulated social networks, she had hoped for awareness. "I want to believe that from this violence, this non-respect, this absence of values, even of education, that we see every day, a new world will be reborn. But it will not happen. only when our children live there. They are synonymous with hope, "she said. Seven months later, the health crisis is still not over ...

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