Shane Warne opens up on how he battled with Covid-19, reveals he was kept on ventilator 

Shane Warne opens up on how he battled with Covid-19, reveals he was kept on ventilator – Former Australia cricketer Shane Warne revealed that he was kept on a ventilator during his fight against Covid-19. Warne was tested positive for Covid-19 during his stint as coach of the London Spirit, a franchisee of The Hundred. 

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“It was a bit like a hangover, I had a pounding headache. The first couple of days, when I tested positive, I just had a thumping headache and I had one day where I had the shivers, but (was) sweating, like when you have the flu,” Shane Warne told The Herald Sun.

Shane Warne opens up on how he battled with Covid-19, reveals he was kept on ventilator

Shane had taken both doses of Covid-19 and yet he was tested positive. He told that he was kept on a ventilator but it was nothing serious. 

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“I lost a bit of sense of taste for a few days, but after three or four days I was fine. I have apparently got the holy grail. I have been double vaccinated and I have had Covid, so I am meant to be absolutely fine now.”

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The former leg spinner also revealed that he was an asythmaptic patient and did not suffer any extreme consequences after testing positive for Covid-19. 

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Shane Warne opens up on how he battled with Covid-19, reveals he was kept on ventilator

“It wasn’t because I could not breathe, or anything like that, it was basically a special ventilator that I was trialling to make sure there were no longer-lasting effects that Covid would have on me,” he said. “I have been fine, I have been able to run, I have been able to do everything. I have been absolutely fine,” he said.