J. K. Rowling reveals: over the corona-like illness

Carla Harmon
April 8, 2020

She followed the breathing technique for the next few weeks.

"For [the] last two weeks I've had all symptoms of C19 (though [I] haven't been tested) and did this on doc husband's advice".

Beloved author J.K. Rowling announced on Twitter that she recovered from coronavirus. However, she claims that she has "fully recovered" from them with the help of the breathing technique.

Nonetheless, in our darkest hour, series author and literary queen J. K. Rowling has appeared like a magestic Patronus to chase away those shitty feelings that we'll never be happy again (caused, naturally, by Dementors) by conjuring up some fresh Harry Potter content to help us get through lockdown!

Other prominent United Kingdom figures, including British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Prince Charles, have also tested positive for the virus, with Johnson being admitted to the hospital on Sunday.

"Do this twice and then lay flat on your bed (on your stomach) with a pillow in front of you and taking slightly deeper breaths for the next ten minutes".

Rowling later tweeted: "Thank you for your kind and lovely messages! Thank you @jk_rowling for this unique character and for convincing Alan Rickman to portray him-we had the ideal Severus Snape", she wrote.

Messages of support also came from popular authors Val McDermid, the popular Scottish crime author, and Fifty Shades of Grey author EL James. Tiny sacs found inside the lungs are able to take in the oxygen and if the COVID-19 patient is lying on their stomach, this may even help drain the fluids and stop the lungs from getting sticky in order to boost blood flow. "So, by lying on your back you're closing off more of the airways, the smaller airways". Stay safe out there, Perezcious readers! I've already blasted through a Harry Potter movie marathon, and my book series has never seen so much love. "People need to know that the illness affects the young and old, healthy and unhealthy, rich and poor, and we must make testing free and more widely accessible to protect our children, our families, our friends and our communities".

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