Tammin Sursok said that she and her eight-year-old daughter also have COVID.
This comes after Tammin’s husband Sean nearly died from COVID in January 2021, when he became critically ill.
Tammin posted an Instagram snapshot of herself in bed with the positive COVID test on Wednesday morning.
The actress’ caption began, “Someone brought something home from school yesterday.”
“I finally obtained COVID after two years of waiting. Phoenix had tested positive, and I had only recently tested positive.
“It’s incredible how quickly it passes from one person to the next.”
“Cratchy throat, running nose, minor spice cough, aches, and a slight headache, as well as lethargy and night sweats,” she continued.
“Phoenix is doing great and can’t wait to get out of our new iso.” Lennon and Sean are currently negative, but they are the ones who worry me. Please remember them in our prayers.
“I’ll be telling stories about it.” You are free to ask whatever questions you desire.
“Here’s to health and well-being as soon as possible,” Tammin concluded in his caption.
Tammin’s family had previously experienced a COVID scare.
Sean McEwen, Tammin’s film producer husband, tested positive in January and nearly died from the infection.
“My hubby is infected with COVID. I’m also terrified… I was completely out of control. It was a bumpy ride with a lot of ups and downs. “All the hospitals are busy, and his 103-degree fever wouldn’t go away for days, and it reached to a really worrisome point,” she wrote on Instagram at the time.
“COVID is a real thing. It’s terrifying. And I know that some individuals only have a cold or feel like they have a cold or the flu, but others do not. And my spouse is in excellent physical condition, and all of the hospitals are at capacity.”
On their 10th wedding anniversary in 2021, the actress opened up about the fright, reflecting on the family’s terrible time.
“To Sean, on the tenth anniversary of our marriage. We were on the verge of losing you a year ago. “As I drove down the street, my heart began to break,” the 38-year-old wrote.
“I can’t recall a memory that doesn’t include you.” We wouldn’t be laughing, surviving, dreaming, or needing each other if we didn’t love each other. “You are the source of my recollections.”
Over the course of their decade-long marriage, she compiled a list of her favourite recollections of her spouse.
“Eating frozen cherries in Turkey, waking up at 4 a.m. to the Cambodian sunrise, being seasick on a boat in the Seychelles, sleeping in the hospital with our babies at one day old, producing movies together in the heat of Oklahoma, living through a pandemic,” she said.
“We’re all in this together, for better or worse, in sickness and in health.”