Piers Morgan reveals the long Covid battle as Lewis Hamilton needs paramedics

Lewis Hamilton and Piers Morgan both struggle with long-term Covid (Image: Getty / Shutterstock)

Piers Morgan He reminded his followers of the danger of Long Covid Lewis Hamilton Medical attention is required at the Hungarian Grand Prix todayx.

Pearce, the former Good Morning Britain presenter, issued a stark warning shortly after the sports star announced he had symptoms of the disease, saying he had also not returned to full health.

Pearce wrote: “Don’t underestimate the effects of COVID-19,” Pearce wrote. I’ve never felt tired like this before, about 3 weeks after my symptoms started.

“Lewis, one of the best athletes in the world, contracted the virus 8 months ago and still has problems he thinks are related to it.”

Seven-time world champion Lewis led superbly to race from last to third and topped the Formula 1 world championship after a frantic race in Hungary on Sunday.

But it was clear that Lewis was struggling after the 70-lap race. He was aided onto the podium and then seemed unable to summon the strength to carry a bottle of ceremonial champagne.

Louis Medical attention is required at the Hungarian Grand Prix todayx (Image: Getty)

Lewis, who contracted coronavirus in Dubai last December and was disqualified from the Sakhir Grand Prix in Bahrain, was taken to see a Mercedes team doctor.

A Silver Arrows spokesman said the British driver was suffering from dizziness and fatigue.

Lewis missed post-race TV interviews, before arriving late in the FIA’s official press conference for the top three.

He said, “I haven’t spoken to anyone specifically about Long Covid, but I think he’s staying there.

Pierce believes he caught Covid in the Euro 2020 final at Wembley (Image: Instagram)

I was really dizzy and everything got a bit hazy on the podium. I’ve been struggling to stay healthy after what happened at the end of last year, but it’s still a battle.

“I remember the effects when I had Covid, and the training has been different since then. The level of fatigue you feel is different and it is a real challenge.

Lewis added, “I try to keep training and preparing as best I can. Who knows what today was? Maybe it was about hydration, I don’t know, but it was definitely different.”

Lewis said he also felt unwell during the British Grand Prix two weeks ago.

“I experienced something similar (last month) at Silverstone, but today it was much worse,” he continued.

Meanwhile, Pierce revealed that he had chest pains, fever and cold sweats afterwards Catching Covid-19 in the Eurozone Final at Wembley.

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