Olga Kurylenko 'feeling better' after coronavirus fever breaks

Olga Kurylenko

Olga Kurylenko is finally "feeling better" after overcoming the worst of her battle with Covid-19.

The actress went public with her coronavirus diagnosis on Sunday, and subsequently detailed how she was tested for the disease after she was admitted to a hospital with a temperature of 39 degrees Celsius (102.2 degrees Fahrenheit).

Kurylenko returned to social media on Wednesday to share another update with fans, explaining her fever has now broken and she is starting to feel like her old self again.

"Hello everyone! I'm feeling better today. My fever is gone!" she began, alongside a photo of herself wearing a protective face mask.

Revealing she has been in London throughout the health ordeal, the 40-year-old told followers she had to endure the flu-like symptoms of Covid-19 without any prescription medication to speed up her recovery.

"What are the medicines that doctors prescribed as treatment? NONE!" Kurylenko wrote. "I was told to take paracetamol in case my fever was too high and if I was in too much pain."

Instead, the former Bond girl has relied on a variety of supplements to help pull her through the tough time, sharing her use of vitamins B5, E, and C, as well as curcumin and zinc tablets, among others.

However, Kurylenko made sure to issue a warning to followers, encouraging them to check for any health concerns or restrictions before taking any of the products during the global pandemic.

She added, "Please note that these vitamins do NOT cure Coronavirus but only help the immune system be stronger in order to fight!"

Kurylenko joins Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Idris Elba, and music producer Andrew Watt among the stars to have tested positive for Covid-19.


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