‘Sooty’ Star Matthew Corbett Remembers Pondering He Would Die When Battling Coronavirus

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'Sooty' Star Matthew Corbett Recalls Thinking He Would Die When Battling Coronavirus


'Sooty' Star Matthew Corbett Recalls Thinking He Would Die When Battling Coronavirus

Although he has overcome the COVID-19, the British TV favourite admits that his present situation prompted him to promote his house and transfer to a retirement village along with his spouse.

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British TV favourite Matthew Corbett nearly died whereas battling coronavirus in intensive care.

The longtime “Sooty” star, 72, spent weeks within the hospital battling the virus and admits that at one level he thought he was going to die.

The puppeteer tells Cheshire Life, “I caught corona (sic). I used to be in Warrington Basic Hospital for 10 nights and have been informed since that it was touch-and-go as as to whether I might survive.”

“On account of the coronavirus I then received pneumonia, which led to atrial fibrillation. It was a lot worse for my household than for me. They had been terrified, they thought I wasn’t popping out of hospital.”

The TV veteran admits he is nonetheless weak and sometimes struggles for breath and the entire ordeal has prompted him to promote his house and transfer to a retirement village along with his spouse.

“I am unable to mow the garden – it is too huge. I am unable to carry down the buying.”

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