The Office star Lucy Davis has tested negative for coronavirus after being rushed to hospital

The Office star Lucy Davis reveals she has tested negative for coronavirus after being rushed to hospital with a DIFFERENT virus

The Office star Lucy Davis has tested negative for the coronavirus after being rushed to hospital with a different virus.

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina actress, 47, took to Instagram on Friday to reveal that she was now home and recovering.

Sharing a photo of herself wearing a medical mask in a hospital bed, she penned: ‘Thank you so much to all the nurses and doctors at @cedarssinai for all you are doing for everyone at this moment. 

Hospitalisation: The Office star Lucy Davis has tested negative for the coronavirus after being rushed to hospital with a different virus

Hospitalisation: The Office star Lucy Davis has tested negative for the coronavirus after being rushed to hospital with a different virus

‘You took care of me so graciously, and I never got to see one of your faces! I got to go home, but you are still going in every day and putting yourselves in the middle of all the chaos. 

‘Much love and gratitude to you all, and to all the people still going into work in order to look after the rest of us. #heroes.’

Lucy added that she tested negative for coronavirus and is currently battling a different virus, which will take some time to go.

Fame: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina star, 47, rose to fame as Dawn Tinsley on Ricky Gervais' The Office (pictured)

Fame: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina star, 47, rose to fame as Dawn Tinsley on Ricky Gervais’ The Office (pictured) 

She continued: ‘Ps – I did not test positively for Corona thankfully, although I have another virus (of course I have to be different!) which is going to take some time to go. Take care of yourselves, and check in (by phone!) with someone on their own. 

‘Perhaps an elderly person who might need an extra friend. #spreadthekindness #allone #allinthistogether #checkinwithothers #covid_19 #coronavirus.’ 

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