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Another British royal, Nev Schulman and Bad Bunny test positive, plus more famous people diagnosed with COVID-19

Wonderwall Logo By Wonderwall.com Editors of Wonderwall | Slide 2 of 183: "Catfish" star and "Dancing With the Stars" season 29 finalist Nev Schulman revealed on Instagram on Nov. 17 that he and wife Laura Perlongo had the coronavirus in March. "It was really scary as there was so little information available and we were terrified that our kids would get sick too. For over three weeks, my constant fatigue, headaches and difficulty breathing was awful and the stress of wondering if my symptoms would worsen was horrifying. Thank God my condition improved and our kids didn't get sick and we were able to safely quarantine," he wrote. On Nov. 23, Nev shared more with ETOnline, explaining, "Fortunately, I sort of made a full recovery in terms of cardio abilities earlier this summer," adding that he did, however, have lingering issues with a symptom known as "COVID toes." "Throughout the summer and fall I have had this sort of weird toe injury and achiness, you could say, which is pretty common," Nev explained. "I don't have it so much anymore, but they will start hurting [sometimes]. It has not, fortunately, inhibited my dancing abilities."

"Catfish" star and "Dancing With the Stars" season 29 finalist Nev Schulman revealed on Instagram on Nov. 17 that he and wife Laura Perlongo had the coronavirus in March. "It was really scary as there was so little information available and we were terrified that our kids would get sick too. For over three weeks, my constant fatigue, headaches and difficulty breathing was awful and the stress of wondering if my symptoms would worsen was horrifying. Thank God my condition improved and our kids didn't get sick and we were able to safely quarantine," he wrote. On Nov. 23, Nev shared more with ETOnline, explaining, "Fortunately, I sort of made a full recovery in terms of cardio abilities earlier this summer," adding that he did, however, have lingering issues with a symptom known as "COVID toes." "Throughout the summer and fall I have had this sort of weird toe injury and achiness, you could say, which is pretty common," Nev explained. "I don't have it so much anymore, but they will start hurting [sometimes]. It has not, fortunately, inhibited my dancing abilities."

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