Trisha Yearwood received her first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine two months after fighting the virus.
The country singer, who is married to Garth Brooks, shared a photo in front of Instagram in the middle of receiving her first dose.
“This #EveryGirl has finally received its first dose of the vaccine! Thanks to everyone who made this day possible. Xo #blateful,” writes Yearwood, 56.
Yearwood’s first hit came just a day after she discussed the long-lasting symptoms she had while appearing on the Kelly Clarkson Show.
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The country singer revealed that she has not yet regained her ability to taste or smell.
“I officially have beef. You̵
“Spanx, and I’ve also lost my taste and smell, so the food is kind of different right now,” Yearwood laughed.
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Yearwood added that she first realized she couldn’t taste and smell when Brooks brought her coffee five days after she contracted the virus.
“I love you, but did you put coffee here?” she remembered questioning Brooks at the time.
“It was true,” she said, adding that “about eight weeks have passed since then.”
“Now it’s all about the texture. I can tell if something’s spicy, that’s all,” Yearwood said. “I love to cook, so now that I’m cooking, I just ask Garth, tell me if he needs more salt and pepper. That’s the weirdest thing.”
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A spokesman for Yearwood’s husband, 59-year-old Garth Brooks, confirmed that the couple was tested in February. While Brooks has a negative result, Yearwood has a positive result.
“She’s tough. She’s stronger than me,” Garth assured at the time.