In a recent interview, Alice Cooper recalled the struggle he had to face after getting infected with COVID.
Cooper and his wife, Sheryl, tested positive for the coronavirus in December. “We were wiped out,” the 73-year-old singer told the Arizona Republic.
“We didn’t have to go to the hospital or anything like that. But I lost 15 pounds. I couldn’t sleep. I couldn’t eat. Now, I’m feeling pretty good. I’m feeling like I’m at least 95%,” he added.
Cooper said the recovery process was gradual after the initial sickness. “Every day you feel two percent better. Then you get a little bit better, the next day a little bit better, until finally, you’re going, ‘Oh, wait a minute, I feel almost normal now.’ But it does take it out of you. I mean, it’s like pneumonia. It takes a while to get your sea legs back under you.”
Despite being a person who hates injections, the iconic singer received the double dose of the vaccine in his hometown of Phoenix, Arizona.
Cooper’s new studio album, Detroit Stories, was released in February. He is scheduled to return to the stage on April 24, headlining his Coopstock benefit concert in Mesa, Arizona.
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