You were the first to say that COVID was all ** t bulls. But this is true ‘: a British tourist, 29, posted a video from a hospital bed as he struggled to breathe after contracting the virus in Tenerife.
- Chris Grayley, 29, was on vacation in the Canary Islands when he contracted Covid-19
- He posted a video warning from his hospital bed in Watford, Hertfordshire
- Chris had no underlying health problems. He said he used to call the virus “b ******”
- He warned other youths to learn from his mistakes and caution
One of the British vacationers, who thought the Coronavirus was “ prohibited, ” posted a video message from his hospital bed after contracting the virus.
Chris Grayley, 29, said he thinks he is “invincible” but now wears an oxygen mask while lying in a hospital bed in Watford, Hertfordshire.
The sales manager at Ancoats, Manchester, has no underlying health conditions, and he said he was “ the first to say (Coronavirus) it was all bulls **.
Despite this, Chris now says, in his video, that he is not sure if he will “come out to the other side” and has warned other guys not to make the same mistake he did.
Chris said in the video: ‘I caught it in Tenerife thinking I’m not invincible, nor do I wear a mask.
I paid the price. I don’t have any underlying health problems. I don’t want someone to make the same mistakes as me.
“Now I am in intensive care, waiting for more treatment, and I don’t know if I’ll be out on the other side.
“So I really want you to take this message on board because it can happen to anyone, please be careful.”
The video was recorded yesterday in which Chris explained that he contracted the virus while on vacation in the Canary Islands last week.
Chris Grayley, 29, a British holidaymaker, who had believed to be a “ b ****** t ” coronavirus, posted a video warning message from his hospital bed in Watford, Hertfordshire, after contracting the virus.
He was diagnosed with the Coronavirus and severe pneumonia three days ago.
Chris said, “I was sick most of the vacation – I lost my taste, odor, cold sweats.”
But things got a lot worse when I got home.
I was taken Sunday morning for tests and scans and sent home on Sunday night thinking I was fine.
“Then I was transferred again Tuesday morning directly to the COVID ward.”
In a warning to other people who think like he used to, Chris said: “ The way I felt last week was the closest thing to hell – I just sat there honestly and was ready to give up.
I can’t breathe, walk and move. I am like a zombie.
Chris was vacationing in the Canary Islands last week and was diagnosed with Coronavirus and severe pneumonia three days ago.
I take four different antibiotics, steroids, oxygen 24/7, more holes in my arms than an addict.
‘The reason I’m showing you all of this is because I was the first to say that everything was bulls ** t and’ nah f ** k we guys won’t get it, it’s just bad flu, Bloch Bloch conspiracy government – wrong!
‘this is really. It’s real life is killing me.
So before you even think about going to house parties thinking your indomitable exit from your head by sharing a £ 10 banknote, look at that photo and imagine it might be you.
Anyone who is 29 years old and who does not have underlying health conditions can be infected. This is dangerous s ** t. Please wake up guys please. There is more to life than this.
“Life is too short to risk your health. I learned the hard way. I don’t want people to make the same mistakes that I did.”
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