American singer Kelly Price says she died medically during the battle of Covid; ‘at one point they lost me’
Nine-time Grammy nominee Kelly Price said she had never been in danger after being reported missing this month (September) – and claimed she was considered medically dead after contracting Covid -19 – in a new emotional interview.
Price, 48, told TMZ she was recently hospitalized more than a week after her battle with the virus began, and said of her doctors, “at one point they told me lost”.
“I’m dead,” Price said in a video posted Sunday (September 26) evening. “And the next thing was a few days later, I remember waking up in intensive care and the doctor asked me if I remembered the year.”
Officials in Cobb County, Georgia, classified Price as a missing person following a welfare check at his home on September 18, according to TMZ.
The Queens-born Price told the store she “never fails,” claiming she is home.
“Everyone in my family knew exactly where I was and I have to say it’s really disappointing that it came to this, but it wasn’t true,” Price said.
The gospel artist said she was released from the hospital with oxygen because the medical center needed beds, and said she had a path to healing ahead of her before she felt herself again. ready for a concert.
“I have what is called the long Covid, and I am facing a very difficult battle right now… I have a lot of rehab to do,” Price said. “I suffered a lot of internal damage.”
A lawyer for Price would not disclose to TMZ whether Price is vaccinated against Covid-19. The lawyer previously said Price was safe after he went missing. – New York Daily News / Tribune News Service