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Dean McDermott feared he would need ventilator after COVID-19: 'My breathing was so compromised'

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Dean McDermott took to Instagram on Saturday to share his struggle with a Covid-19 infection.Speaking to his 136,000 followers on the app he said, 'My breathing was so compromised I thought I was going to be put on a ventilator.'The 55-year-old actor noted that the first thing he plans to do once he recovers is hit the ice to play hockey.

Bad bout with coronavirus: Dean McDermott took to Instagram on Saturday to share his struggle with a Covid-19 infectionUnderneath a picture of him playing the high-intensity sport he wrote, 'This is the first place I’m going once I get over COVID!!' He continued in his post, 'I’ve got to be honest, this scared the s*** out of me.'But the father-of-six noted that he's slowly getting better. 'Slowly turning the corner to recovery.

Be safe out there. #staysafe #besafe,' he added. Honest posts: McDermott's post followed his wife Tori Spelling's social media announcement one day earlier McDermott's post followed his wife Tori Spelling's social media announcement one day earlier.The mom-of-five, 48, also made an Instagram post detailing that 'our entire family has COVID.'The LA-born actress shared a selfie alongside four-year-old son Beau with a lengthy caption telling of the McDermott crew's trials and tribulations fighting the disease.She began the caption to her 1.6million followers writing: 'I share a lot on social media but this is one thing I didn’t want to share...'But, at this point people are getting frustrated not getting responses personally and business wise from me and wondering why I’m MIA so I finally decided to share.

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