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‘Frozen 2’ actress Rachel Matthews test positive for corona virus, shares, timeline of onset of symptoms

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“Frozen 2” as an actress, Rachel, Matthew, has tested positive for the corona virus.

The 26-year-old, who has played Honeymaren in the film, it turns out that her diagnosis on Instagram late Monday.

“Hey, guys, I have tested positive for the Covid or 19, and have been in quarantine for the past week. You don’t know what to do next (it’s getting mixed info, so stay tuned), but, of course, will have to remain in quarantine until you are told to do otherwise. It makes me feel better, but I will be posting some info that I hope will be helpful to some,” she wrote.

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“Let’s have a look, please be aware of the choices we make — now is the time to be sensible and responsible. Let us care for one another!! The Xx,” Matthews added.

The star’s diagnosis comes on the heels of Disney’s+ to release “Frozen 2” is in the beginning, to be entertained, families are left at home if the pandemic continues to spread.

In an effort to keep track of more than 130,000 Instagram followers to inform you, During a list of her symptoms over a period of seven days.

The actress is said to be the first day that she exhibited the symptoms started out with a “sore throat, fatigue, and headache,” which is claimed to be a “mild fever” of 100.3 on day two. Her fever was accompanied by “pain in the body, shortness of breath, severe fatigue,” and “not hungry” as a deep, hacking cough.”

On the third day, Matthews said that she did not have a fever, and a “little” aches, as her heart was, “much worse,” she wrote. She continued to have shortness of breath, fatigue, and loss of appetite as well.

Matthew’s lungs have continued to be heavy, and she felt short of breath on day four, in spite of her symptoms seemingly getting “more light,” she wrote. The actress said that she has lost her sense of smell and taste.

Days five, six and seven consisted of “more or less the same symptoms.

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“it’s feeling more like myself, still suffer from shortness of breath, loss of appetite, tiredness and no taste/smell, but overall a good job,” the actress said in day five, six and seven years old.

Matthews also pointed out on Monday that it will test for the corona virus, it is “INSANELY hard to come by.” The “Frozen 2” star said she only got tested after learning she had been around someone who has also been confirmed that there will be a positive, and showing symptoms of illness.

She also encouraged her fans to be themselves, to be a quarantine tank and then treat yourself as if you are positive.”

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Matthews is one of the latest Hollywood actors and actresses, in order for the agreement COVID-19. Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson were the first celebrities to disclose their diagnosis in Australia. The couple have recently had a couple of hospital, and continue to quarantine to the home, People magazine reported.

In the meantime, “Luther” star, Idris Elba, warned fans and followers on social media that he, too, has been positive, but have shown “no symptoms.”

Elba went on to say, “Look, this is a serious matter. Now is the time to really think about the social distance, the washing of the hands. Other than that, there are people out there who do not show symptoms and may easily be spread. OK. So, now that it is real-time, be very vigilant about washing your hands and keeping your distance.”

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For most people, it is a new corona virus has caused only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough. Some of the others, especially the elderly and those with existing health problems, this can lead to more serious illnesses, such as pneumonia.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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