Shania Twain Details Her ‘Threatening’ Battle With COVID: ‘I Was Pretty Much Dying’
Shania Twain has a new perspective on life following her “threatening” battle with COVID-19.
The singer opened up about the experience when she sat down with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe ahead of the release of her new album “Queen of Me.”
Twain shared the harrowing details of being “airvacked by a special team” in order to receive life-saving treatment for COVID pneumonia.
Once she arrived at the hospital, Twain, who is also asthmatic, revealed that her health took a turn for the worse.
“Every day my lungs were filling up with inflammation. Every day,” she said. “Within 12 days, I was pretty much dying. They didn’t tell me how many more days of plasma therapy that I could not respond to before I was then on a respirator,” she explained. “I was halfway into what would’ve been considered my maximum treatment. They didn’t say that which was great.”
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