Marcel Somerville Hospitalised Amid Covid-19 Fears After Passing Out

Love Island 2017 favourite Marcel Somerville has been rushed to hospital after experiencing coronavirus symptoms. After a source close to the star revealed that he is currently in hospital awaiting coronavirus results, Marcel shared a video update on Monday morning from his hospital bed.

Marcel Somerville has been taken into hospital after falling ill with potential coronavirus symptoms. According to a source which spoke to OK! Magazine, Marcel has now been in hospital for three days and is undergoing tests to determine whether he is suffering from coronavirus.

The source said on Sunday:

Marcel has been feeling unwell for a few days and didn’t have any energy. One day he vomited violently and then passed out. He’s been admitted to hospital and has a fever and is still feeling weak. He’s been in hospital for two days and they’re still awaiting test results to rule out coronavirus.

On Monday morning, Marcel shared an update with fans by posting a video to his Instagram story showing his arm connected to several wires in a hospital bed, with the caption ‘All the wires’. Showing his support and gratitude to healthcare workers he also included a blue NHS heart sticker.

Meanwhile, Marcel’s girlfriend Rebecca Vieira, who he’s been living with during lockdown, shared a series of loved up snaps and videos with her man to her Insta story. She also shared a series of selfies of the couple together to her main feed captioned ‘my sun & stars – i love you’, to which Marcel replied ‘i miss you baby xxx’.

Marcel and Rebecca have been together for just over a year, celebrating their first anniversary together in quarantine in May. Marcel marked the occasion with a heartfelt post which hinted at marriage plans with a ring emoji. We’re sending all our best wishes to Marcel for a speedy recovery and hope these two lovebirds will be reunited soon!

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