Britney Spears’ Boyfriend Sam Asghari Reveals He Tested Positive to Coronavirus

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Britney Spears‘ boyfriend Sam Asghari recently had the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Asghari, 26, shared his diagnosis on Instagram Wednesday, saying that he has since recovered and experienced very few symptoms.

“2020 has been a crazy/twisted year for all of us. Recently I tested positive for Covid-19, I was lucky enough to catch the news before being around and infecting my loved ones (friends, family, significant other),” the model wrote on Instagram. “I quickly isolated myself and started my quarantine process alone. 🙏🏽”

Asghari said he credits his “healthy lifestyle” for only experiencing cold symptoms for one day. The model said he continued working out and eating clean while he was in quarantine.

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The Soviet Vaccine Strategy That Could Be a Coronavirus Weapon

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From Popular Mechanics

  • Medical researchers around the world are testing live polio vaccine for a secondary ability to prevent COVID-19 (coronavirus) for a short time.
  • Proponents say this could hold humankind over until a true vaccine is developed.
  • Scientists don’t understand why live vaccines have this effect, but they speculate it’s a broad immune response.

Medical researchers suggest there could be a stopgap way to reduce the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). They’re cautiously discussing and beginning to test a secondary effect of the “live virus” polio vaccine as a way to prevent transmission.

This effect isn’t a true vaccine, or effective for nearly the same length as a vaccine, or even a treatment of any kind. But when someone is inoculated with the “live virus” polio vaccine, they almost always have extended immunity to many other viruses for about a

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