“At some point they lost me,” she said. “I woke up some days later, a couple days later, and the first thing I remember is the team of doctors standing around me and asking me if I knew what year it was.”
Price first shared that she had tested positive for Covid-19 on July 29.
The singer’s attorney, Monica Ewing, told media outlets that Price was not missing, but merely recuperating.
In the video shared on TMZ, Price said she had Covid for about a week at home with her husband taking care of her before he also tested positive right before she was rushed to the hospital with worsening symptoms, including a fever of 103 degrees.
She said she was released from the hospital with an oxygen tank because of the shortage of beds and for the next four weeks had health care workers visiting her at home.
“People were definitely seeing me,” Price said. “The people that could actually say something are not allowed to because of HIPPA [Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act which guards the privacy of patients] law.”
She said she received her first negative Covid test about a week ago,
She addressed the issue with her sister, saying that she had not been in contact with her for some time.
Price’s attorney, Monica Ewing, told CNN via email that her client “does plan to talk more about her Covid journey but not right now. She wants to get further along her recovery and rehabilitation journey first.”