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Paddy Doherty has been rushed back to hospital and put on oxygen just under three weeks since his battle with coronavirus.
The My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star told followers that he was going back to hospital as he struggled to breath in a video posted to social media.
The media personality said in a Facebook video in which he was breathing from an oxygen machine that: "I'll be out in the morning. Just be careful everyone.
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"I'm worse than a cat. A cat's got seven lives, I've got 100 lives."
He then added: "Catch you all later. Be lucky."
Last month the star was rushed to hospital, and explained he thought he was going to die.
While doctors and nurses were doing everything in their power to save Paddy from the deadly bug, the former Celebrity Big Brother thought he was "a goner."
The 61 year old explained that the team of medical workers predicted a 50 per cent survival rate for his dire condition, but encouraged him to keep fighting as they said, "you can beat this Paddy".
Speaking about his horrific experience, he said: "I felt like I was paralysed in my body because I couldn’t do anything," before explaining how he thought he would die there.
My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding star Paddy Doherty released from hospital after Covid battle
Big Fat Gypsy Wedding and CBB star Paddy Doherty rushed to hospital with coronavirus and 'double pneumonia'
He continued: "I couldn’t raise my hand, my head or even speak. I had no strength. The doctors were putting all these drips in me and I thought ‘this is it’.
“They gave me some drugs and said if they didn’t work I’d have to go on a ventilator and that I had a 50/50 chance of survival but they told me they thought I could beat it," he added.
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Paddy went on to tell the Daily Star how he "saw death right before me" and shared his shock at having been surrounded by Covid-stricken patients while trying to fight it himself.
"You’re looking at people and they’re coming in and then being rolled out and you’re saying ‘he’s not made it, he’s not made it, he’s not made it'," he said.
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