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'Don't relax your guard' Queen legend Brian May addresses setback amid Covid recovery

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Brian May has taken to social media to address his recovery from coronavirus, 16 days after contracting the virus. In an Instagram post, 74, the musician told how he was still suffering from tiredness after he chose to do "cardio exercise" rather than rest.In view of his 2.9million followers, the Queen star gave his fans an update on his recovery.Posting a throwback snap of his positive lateral flow test from day eight of his infection, Brian relayed his symptoms.He wrote: "Today I’m at day 16 after the event which infected me with (I’m presuming) the Omicron variant of Covid."I’m still congested with a slight remainder of a cough, and I’m still sleeping too much.A post shared by Brian Harold May (@brianmayforreal)"But I’ve been.

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