Actor Debi Mazar, known for her performance in The Entourage, has been tested positive for the coronavirus. On Sunday, she took to Instagram to announce that she is infected with COVID-19 and how she took all the measures as soon as she felt a hint of infection in her body. Mazar wrote a long Instagram note explaining how things unfolded for her and she is now taking one day at a time dealing with her excessive mood swings, stiffness of lungs, fever and waiting for this to pass. Also Read - Coronavirus+ Kanika Kapoor Throws Tantrums at Hospital Despite Getting Gluten-Free Diet And AC Room, She Says 'It's Miserable'

The veteran actor’s post is an alarm for all those who are still under the impression that the infection can’t get to them as they continue to live a normal life. Mazar also mentioned that every day is a different experience when you are infected with the coronavirus. A part of her post read, “Today is day 5 and I just found out.Im hoping I’ve been through the worst of it already.Its very “morphy”.One day I feel crappy and the next I’m normal.Today my lungs are heavy,but I’m tough. I can breath,and I’m going to heal here,in my own home!” (sic). Read her full post here: Also Read - From Tom Hanks To Kanika Kapoor, These Celebs Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus, Check Out The List Also Read - Game of Thrones Actor Indira Varma Aka Ellaria Sand Confirms She Has Coronavirus- Check Her Post

Several film and TV personalities across the world have gone public with their diagnosis if the COVID-19. Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson were the first celebrities who announced that they were infected. James Bond actor Olga Kurylenko, Game of Thrones actors Kristofer Hivju and Indira Varma, Idris Elba, Daniel Dae Kim, Luis Sepulveda and Manu Dibango among others also released official statements about contracting the infection and going under self-quarantine. In India, singer Kanika Kapoor emerged as the first celebrity to have got infected with the deadly virus. She’s currently admitted to a hospital in Lucknow.