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    Cody Simpson, 25, reveals he was ‘bedridden’ after catching Covid

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    Code Simpson, 25, revealed in a candid interview that he thought he would die from Covid. The Daily Telegraph.

    The Olympic contender described his battle with the dreaded virus in detail, saying he was “hit a lot” during training.

    “He hit me really hard, I was in bed,” Cody said. The singer then added: “I thought I was going to die. It was really bad.

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    Struggle: Singer Cody Simpson, 25, revealed he was “bedridden” after contracting covidium and said “I thought I was going to die” in an interview with The Daily Telegraph this week.

    Cody explained that he feared the virus would damage his lungs forever, hurting his chances in Paris in 2024.

    However, he soon returned to training in the pool.

    “It was tough, but I feel like I came out on the other side and managed to do a really good training block,” he said.

    Hit hard:

    He hit hard: “I was hit hard, I was bedridden,” Cody said. The singer then added: “I thought I was going to die. it was really bad’

    Code was never about fighting a cowardly audience. However, he spoke out against the lockdown in August last year.

    Maximum use of the Austrian lock. “We can’t train in our pool all week,” she captioned the photo, posing on the beach.

    “But more importantly, most people had to close their own businesses,” he added.

    Speaking of: Code was never public about the fight against Covid.  However, he spoke out against the lockdown in August last year.

    Speaking of: Code was never public about the fight against Covid. However, he spoke out against the lockdown in August last year.

    “It’s a curious and challenging storyline, but I hope the world opens up again soon and we can get back to normal life.”

    The Gold Coast resident, who has a net worth of $6 million, suggests that government officials ordering the lockdown are not suffering as much as ordinary Australians.

    “If politicians and bureaucrats had to cut wages or cut wages during the shutdown, I wonder how long they would last?” “Is it a thought?” he asked.

    Ranti: The singer and aspiring Olympic swimmer shared his thoughts in an Instagram post three days after his home state of Queensland was placed on premature lockdown.

    Ranti: The singer and aspiring Olympic swimmer shared his thoughts in an Instagram post three days after his home state of Queensland was placed on premature lockdown.

    Cody continued, “The best armor we have is a healthy lifestyle and sustainable decision-making.”

    He also said that “fear” was used as a “weapon” to destroy “freedom” and called on his followers to “take the news and leave”.

    Code says he trains in the pool nine times a week for up to two hours a day, doing three intense weight training sessions every 90 minutes.

    Tough: The musician unfortunately missed out on a spot at the Tokyo Olympics at the Australia Olympics last June.  Here you exercise in the pool.

    Tough: The musician unfortunately missed out on a spot at the Tokyo Olympics at the Australia Olympics last June. Here you exercise in the pool.

    Source: Daily Mail

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