Pretty Little Liars star Tammin Sursok has given fans an update on how her husband Sean McEwen is coping with his fight against coronavirus. The tearful actress took to Instagram on Wednesday to reveal that Sean is "doing a little better today" and that his fever is "down 102, 101".
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Tammin, who shares two young daughters with her husband, admitted it felt "weird" to discuss her husband's health struggle on Instagram. "But I feel like I have to because there are so many people who are struggling and going through this and you don't think it's going to be you and your family," the actress admitted.
"I've been so strong for the kids and for him for so many days, for over a week," she continued. "It's been a really scary time and I thought, don't say anything, but I can't have all of you on here and lie to you and pretend everything's ok when it's not."
WATCH: Tammin Sarsok tearfully talks about her husband's health struggle
Tammin, 37, had revealed her husband contracted coronavirus in an emotional post to her feed. She told her 1.3million followers: "My husband has Covid. And I'm scared. Today I'm not as scared as yesterday but yesterday I felt very out of control. It was rough and touch and go. All the hospitals are full and his fever of 103 wouldn't break for days and it got to a very scary place.
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"My girls and I have tested negative twice and have had no symptoms for a while. We have been quarantining and following all recommendations and guidelines.
Tammin revealed her husband has COVID-19 in an emotional post
"We have been in the same place in Austin for two months now. Haven't seen friends and family, haven't eaten out, P is homeschooled. The only place we could have got it is the grocery store bc we haven't been near anyone and the whole family is always masked."
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She finished her post by urging fans to believe that the virus is "real" and "scary". "I've been really scared and in a dark place and I'm writing this to say I'm struggling and I love you all and this community. Thank you for listening. We are in this together. We are. I promise you. Please wear a mask for yourself for other people. This is not something you want to get," she wrote.
The couple share two daughters together
The Home and Away actress also posted a photo showing a glass screen she had put up at home, to prevent herself and her two daughters Phoenix, six, and Lennon, one, from mixing with Sean. "How to quarantine myself and the kids," she captioned it.
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