The broadcaster, 56, defined how he feels he presumably caught the COVID-19 Delta variant on the 2020 Euros soccer finals at London’s Wembley Stadium earlier in July.
Morgan detailed how he began to really feel sick two days after attending the sport, which was flooded with followers, after which a PCR check got here again optimistic.
“My confidence that the occasion could be ‘covid secure’ had disintegrated,” he mentioned.
The previous “Good Morning Britain” host obtained the Astra-Zeneca vaccine within the UK however nonetheless mentioned he had signs which included fever, chilly sweats, coughing and chest ache, which he known as “alarming.”
“That is positively the roughest I’ve felt from any sickness in my grownup life, BUT, as I slowly come out the opposite aspect, coughing and spluttering, I am nonetheless right here — not like so many tens of millions around the globe who’ve misplaced their lives to COVID on this pandemic,” he wrote in Mail On Sunday newspaper.
“For that, I owe a heartfelt debt of due to the good scientists up in Oxford who created the Astra-Zeneca vaccine with such astonishing velocity,” he wrote.
Morgan additionally tweeted out to his nearly 8 million followers, “Sure… a salutary warning for everybody to be extra cautious than I used to be with this Delta variant flying round. And to get jabbed.”