Linda Lusardi believes COVID-19 is MAN-MADE after her battle with the virus saw her ‘vomit up BLUE’… as she reveals she feels ‘elated to just be alive’
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Linda Lusardi believes COVID-19 is a man-made illness.
The former page 3 girl, 61, battled the virus for weeks, admitting she felt her ‘organs were failing’ when the illness was at its worst, and that she was throwing up blue liquid.
Linda has claimed that the condition is simply ‘unnatural’ and has seriously considered the fact that it is a manufactured condition.
Skeptical: Linda Lusardi believes COVID-19 is a man-made illness
‘It’s nothing like you’ve ever experienced before. I’ve had the flu before. To me, it doesn’t feel natural,’ Linda told Fubar Radio’s Access All Areas. ‘I mean I um and ah whether it’s man made because it doesn’t feel like anything I’ve ever, ever experienced before. To be vomiting up blue doesn’t seem normal to me!’
She elaborated: ‘I think in the next two years we’re going to find out a lot more about it all. I don’t feel like it’s a natural thing.
‘If it has come from a bat in a Chinese market then maybe that’s why, but it’s a very odd disease.’
She explained that having the near-death experience has made her reevaluate things: ‘It’s made me value my life a lot more and when I first came out I was just elated to just be alive. I felt so responsible for my children… Just the thought that they may not have had us anymore was terrifying.’
Ordeal: The former page 3 girl, 61, battled the virus for weeks, admitting she felt her ‘organs were failing’ when the illness was at its worst, and that she was throwing up blue liquid
The former glamour model surprisingly noted: ‘I think it’s made me prioritise things a bit more and realise that showbiz really, really means nothing.’
On her progress since returning home from hospital, she went on: ‘I’ve been home about nine to ten weeks now, so really I’m almost back to 100 percent. I don’t know if it’s just the fact that I’ve been laid up that I feel so unfit, but apart from that, health wise I feel fine. I just haven’t got a lot of energy.’
Talking about how her body has changed throughout the dramatic experience, Linda revealed: ‘I lost about ten pounds in hospital but ten pounds of muscle rather than fat so I looked terrible. But boy did I enjoy putting it back on and I’ve added a bit as well! I’ve got some lockdown layers now!’
She elaborated: ‘I think in the next two years we’re going to find out a lot more about it all. I don’t feel like it’s a natural thing’
When asked how she feels seeing so many people not adhering to social distancing rules, the media star explained: ‘You have no idea what you’re dealing with. Just because you haven’t lost a family member or seen someone close to you have it, it’s kind of over there. It’s like they don’t believe it.
‘We hear these figures on the news every night about how many people have died but to a lot of people, that’s just a number. They don’t think that each individual one of those has a family and they were a person, not a number, not a statistic.
‘It just worries me that it’ll make it spike again!’
Linda has continuously expressed her gratitude towards the NHS since beating the illness.
During a debate on Good Morning Britain last week, she argued that the weekly Clap For Carers should continue.
‘They’re going into the eye of the storm every day’: Linda has continuously expressed her gratitude towards the NHS since beating the illness
Linda appeared on the programme with hosts Ben Shephard and Ranvir Singh to share her thoughts on whether we should continue to show our appreciation towards healthcare professionals in the nationwide applause every Thursday.
The Consuming Passions star hailed the NHS workers as ‘life savers’, explaining: ‘We shouldn’t forget those frontline workers who are still going into the eye of the storm every week.
‘Nothing has changed for them so I think it’s important that our neighbourhood remembers it.
‘The first clap, I was in hospital fighting for my life, each Thursday it brings a tear to my eye to remember the nurses and staff who brought me back to life.’
Thankful: During a debate on Good Morning Britain last week, she argued that the weekly Clap For Carers should continue
On the mend: The ex-Page 3 star also updated viewers on her recovery, insisting she’s ‘nearly back to normal’, weeks after she could feel her ‘organs failing’
On how she’s bounced back from the deadly virus with her husband Sam Kane, Linda shared: ‘I’m really much on the mend, I’m nearly back to normal.’
Insisting the campaign will encourage the public to go against flouting the lockdown rules, she added: ‘If you have got the clap, it’s a reminder to those people who go to the beaches, but if we remove it completely, people are just going to go back to normal.
‘I don’t understand why people are putting their families at risk by going to beaches. Unless you’ve been affected, you don’t realise how terrible this disease actually is. The healthcare workers are putting their lives at risk everyday.’
‘We shouldn’t forget’: Linda appeared on the programme to share her thoughts on whether we should continue to show our appreciation towards healthcare professionals every week
Clap For Our Carers organiser Annemarie Plas said she’s set to focus on other endeavours as she claimed the campaign has ‘done its bit’ after 10 weeks.
The mother-of-one, 36, shared: ‘For everyone who wants to continue I think they should, but personally for 10 weeks, I think it has had a positive impact.
‘Next week, I will check in with my community as we are still in this crisis, but I think there are more initiatives we can get involved with too.’
Last month, Linda revealed she had a ‘traumatic’ final goodbye with her husband Sam, 51, when she took a turn for the worse during her battle with coronavirus.
Speaking about the experience during an interview with Sky News, she reflected on the ‘dark moment’ she thought she may not survive the virus.
In an emotional retelling of the event, which saw her hospitalised in March, the model explained: ‘There were some very dark moments where I didn’t think I was going to make it. All my vital signs were going down badly.
‘I said to one of the young doctors, ”Am I going to pull through this?’. He said, ‘You’re 61, we don’t know what we’re dealing with here.’
Battling: On March 23, Linda posted an image from her hospital bed on Instagram, before she claimed she was left at ‘death’s door’ during her illness
‘So I texted Sam, who was in another part of the hospital and said, ‘I don’t know if I’m going to make it, can you come up.’
Saying that a nurse ‘took pity’ on them by giving Sam a gown and mask and allowing him to visit her, she went on: ‘He gave me a pep talk about staying positive and ‘get back for the kids, you can’t leave us’.
‘It was very traumatic. Then he was taken out and the next day he went home.’
Meanwhile, the TV and theatre star has launched an online memorial for the victims of coronavirus following the death of close friend Eddie Large.
The London-born beauty set up the free platform titled Rainbow Remembers alongside Eddie’s son, Ryan.
Thoughtful: The TV and theatre star has since launched an online memorial for the victims of coronavirus following the death of close friend Eddie Large (pictured in August 2019)
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