Ainhoa Arteta suffers mobility problems due to the aftermath of covid-19
Madrid, Apr 26 (EFE) .- The soprano Ainhoa Arteta has revealed that she suffers from venous inflammation, a consequence of the covid-19 that happened a few months ago and that forces her to move with crutches or in a wheelchair to avoid efforts.
The singer today uploaded a video to her Instagram account in which she is seen traveling in a wheelchair through the Adolfo Suárez airport in Madrid.
In a later video, he explains that he suffers from a sequel to covid-19 that happened months ago: "an edema, my veins inside my kneecaps have swollen."
"This bug gives you surprises and, when it seems that everything has happened, it leaves you like me the other day without being able to walk," he says.
Doctors, she adds, have advised her to rest and avoid walking, so she uses crutches or a wheelchair, but continues with her concerts: "I go out to sing stiff."
"It is nothing serious, but it is not pleasant at all," says the soprano, who hopes that this sequel "has not come to stay."