Nicholas Hamilton, an Australian actor, has announced that he was diagnosed with the Covid-19 virus.
In an Instagram post on Friday, the 21-year-old actor, who played in IT and IT Chapter Two, described his battle with cancer.
He also advised his followers and supporters to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
‘So I received Covid.’ This Delta Variant is so hazardous that it slammed into me like a freight train. ‘I’ve had the worst flu I’ve ever experienced for three days straight,’ he remarked.
He had a ‘100° temperature, pains, chills, and shaking,’ according to the actor.
‘At my pinnacle, I couldn’t lift my head off my pillow without passing out, and I couldn’t sleep at all,’ the actor wrote.
He claimed that he received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and contracted Covid just two weeks afterward.
‘My doctor indicated I might have been hospitalized if I hadn’t been vaccinated at all because of my massive viral load,’ which evidently isn’t a compliment?’ He said this while cracking a bawdy joke.
‘I’m out of the hotel isolation now and back to full health,’ Nicholas continued. It’s a beautiful day, and the sun is shining brightly.
‘You just have to get vaccinated,’ he continued, ‘the potential transient side effects pale in comparison to what the disease could do to you.’ ‘Believe in a small man like myself.’
Nicholas, who was born in Lismore, made his feature film debut in Strangerland in 2015, opposite Nicole Kidman, Hugo Weaving, and Maddison Brown from Dynasty.
In 2017, he starred in Stephen King’s IT, IT Chapter Two, Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan, and the Netflix romantic fantasy Endless, which will be released in 2020.
- Nicholas Halmilton: Instagram