COVID hasn’t been partial to anyone in the past year. It has affected anyone who does and doesn’t take proper precautions against the virus. May it be you, or me, or some other high-profile celebs without exception.
Chloe Bennett joins the list of celebs who were tested positive for the virus. She took to Instagram stories to announce her diagnosis to her followers and pleads with them to take the pandemic seriously.
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Star mentioned that on Christmas morning, she woke up with a high fever with difficulty in breathing.
She wrote about how it has been a rough week for her and her family. She added that a lot of her family members have tested positive too. She said they are “battling it out together.”
Further in the post, she says that she wants to “iterate” people who aren’t taking the pandemic seriously.
“Covid sucks. It just really sucks. I pride myself on staying healthy, I always wore a mask, social distanced, and took all the necessary precautions and I still got VERY sick.”Chloe Bennett wrote on her Instagram story.
She adds how she’s one of the lucky ones for being young and particular about her health. But she still got tested positive for the virus.
At the end of her post, she warns people to take precautions saying that it can happen to anyone if it can happen to her.
Chloe Bennett plays Daisy Johnson (her superhero alter ego is known as Quake) on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., a series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The series acknowledges the continuity of MCU’s series and movies.
It is one of the last series by Marvel Television before it’s folding into Marvel Studios. The seven seasons long series airs on A.B.C. networks. The episodes are available for streaming on Netflix and Amazon Prime in different territorial zones.
About Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is an American super hero drama produced for ABC Studios. It is created by Joss Whedon, Jed Whedon, and Maurissa Tancharoen. The series is set in the MCU and is knitted along with the continuity of the franchise’s movies and series.
The series is seven seasons long, with 136 episodes in total. It is executive produced by Stan Lee, Alan Fine, Jeph Loeb, to name a few. The show first aired on September 23, 2013.