Kym Marsh health latest: Star had to pull out of Morning Live due to coronavirus

Former Coronation Street star Kym Marsh had been absent from her usual presenting slot on BBC’s Morning Live last week due to self-isolating from coronavirus. Co-host Gethin Jones confirmed Kym’s Covid diagnosis on Monday. Jones said: “Janette is in for Kym today. Kym is at home after testing positive for Covid so we will check in with her.

She said: “Yeah, so I wasn’t well last week, I think you already mentioned that.

“I’d had a bad cold, and had two PCR tests both negative, but still was kind of coughing all over the place.

“I travelled home as always on the weekend, to be with my family, with my kids, and then over the weekend my son tested positive for Covid. So not great.”

When asked about how her son was holding up, Kym said: “He’s okay. He’s not doing too badly. So it’s come from his girlfriend, his girlfriend is also self-isolating. She’s been really, really poorly.

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“David hasn’t so far been as poorly as she has but today he said he’s aching more today and he’s coughing more as well.

“But up to now, he’s doing okay, so fingers crossed he’ll be alright.”

Coronavirus – what are the main symptoms?

According to prominent experts, the symptoms of coronavirus are far more extensive than the NHS website currently suggests,

The “official” list has come under flack from leading health experts in recent weeks for giving the public a misleading impression of the current state of the pandemic.

How to respond

According to current health guidelines, if you have any of the main symptoms of COVID-19, even if they’re mild, get a PCR test (test that is sent to a lab) to check if you have COVID-19 as soon as possible.

You and anyone you live with should stay at home and not have visitors until you get your test result – only leave your home to have a test.

Anyone in your childcare or support bubble should also stay at home if you have been in close contact with them since your symptoms started or during the 48 hours before they started.

A support bubble is where someone who lives alone (or just with their children) can meet people from one other household.