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Debra Messing tests positive for COVID-19 the day before New Year's Eve: 'The juicy cherry'

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Debra Messing tested positive for COVID-19 the day before New Year's Eve.The actress, 53, announced her illness via a post on Instagram which showed her lying in bed and wearing a charcoal beauty mask.Her hair was hidden underneath a pale pink bonnet.

She looked comfortable in her dark blue robe. Caught the virus:Debra Messing tested positive for COVID-19 the day before New Year's EveShe started the caption for her photo, 'I’m COVID POSITIVE.

Yup. Happy New Year! Actually, it is the perfect end to 2021. The juicy cherry on the proverbial cake.'So for the next 10 days - while in quarantine- I will beautify…..Or maybe I’ll sleep…I actually have a lot of work to do, but for the inevitable breaks, what should I watch?Tell me in the comments!.

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