Influencer still has weird, ugly’ Covid symptoms two weeks after getting virus

Reality TV star Martha Kalifatidis is still struggling with “weird and ugly” Covid symptoms, two weeks after testing positive for the virus.

The influencer, who has more than 630,000 follows on Instagram, tested positive after catching coronavirus at a family Christmas gathering in her native Australia.

When she tested positive she posted on her social media, saying: “Covid sucks, it is so f***ing s***. It’s kind of like cold and flu symptoms and tonsillitis and gastro all in one.

Michael (fiancé and fellow Married At First Sight contestant Michael Brunelli) actually got hit really hard.”

Posting an update on her condition overnight, she said she feels “pretty s***”.

She posted: “I know I have been so MIA (missing in action) on here, but if I am being honest I still feel pretty sh*t after Covid and it has been over two weeks.

“I’ve just got all these weird, ugly, lingering symptoms.

“Like I don’t really do much, I can’t be bothered ever leaving the house. I still can’t taste, I still have blocked ears, blocked nose…

“Anyway I am taking all the supplements and doing all the things but f*** I feel like s***.”

The 33-year-old also said that she feels “puffed out”.

When asked how she had caught Covid, she did admit that she has had her vaccines, which means her illness is “not as severe”.

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Martha and her fiancé took part in series six of the Australian version of the hit reality television show in 2018.

Despite “marrying” on the show, it wasn't legally binding, so the pair got engaged again last year and will have a second wedding this year.

In April, she hit back at a fan who asked if she was going to have children.

She said: “‘I think it’s really inappropriate unless you are really close to the person. You just never really know what others are going through.

“Especially when it comes to asking about starting a family.”

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