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Drew Barrymore reveals she no longer has Covid after receiving the diagnosis five days earlier

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Drew Barrymore revealed to her fans on Instagram on Tuesday that she was Covid free after testing positive five days earlier.The Charlie's Angels alumna, 47, informed her 16.5 million followers that she has spent the past few days 'relaxing' and 'taking it well.'Since her diagnosis, the Drew Barrymore Show host has had 50 Cent and Ross Matthews temporarily take over her hosting duties.

Fully recovered! Drew Barrymore, 47, revealed on Instagram earlier Tuesday that she was officially Covid free The Never Been Kissed actress shared a clip of herself updating her status, followed by a few snaps to show how she has been occupying her time while she recuperated at home.

Drew stated at the beginning of the video that she wanted to upload the reel 'so you can hear me and see me.' 'I am pretty much symptom free,' she shared, adding that she has been focusing on 'relaxing' and 'taking it well.' The mother of two added that she has been drinking a plenty of 'water, chicken soup' and a ton of 'vitamins.' Much better!

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