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Grimes Says She "Finally" Got COVID-19 And Is "Weirdly Enjoying" It

"Finally got COVID."

You know Grimes.

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Over the weekend, the alt-pop singer, songwriter, and producer took to her Instagram story to reveal that she had “finally” tested positive for COVID-19.

Canadian musician Grimes (Claire Boucher) attends the 2018 Space X Hyperloop Pod Competition, in Hawthorne, California on July 22, 2018
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In the post, Grimes revealed her diagnosis while also disclosing that she was "Weirdly enjoying the DayQuil fever dream."

Grimes' Instagram Story detailing her COVID-19 diagnosis.
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Grimes also shouted out SZA's new single "Good Days" as a song she's been enjoying while recovering from the virus.

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Although Grimes didn’t disclose how she contracted the virus or whether her partner Elon Musk or their child, X AE A-XII, were affected by her diagnosis, this possibly isn’t their family’s first experience with COVID-19 during the pandemic.

SpaceX founder Elon Musk and Canadian musician Grimes
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Back in November of 2020, Musk disclosed that he "most likely" had COVID-19 after receiving varying results from multiple tests.

SpaceX owner and Tesla CEO Elon Musk poses as he arrives on the red carpet for the Axel Springer Awards ceremony
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Back then, Musk said "DayQuil rocks" when detailing his symptoms — so it seems like he and Grimes took similar paths to recovery.

@AstroJordy @erujabidi A little up & down. Feels just like a regular cold, but more body achy & cloudy head than coughing/sneezing. DayQuil rocks.

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COVID-19 cases are currently on the rise across the United States. There are safety precautions you can take in your everyday life to prevent getting or giving COVID-19: Wear a mask, practice social distancing, and get tested regularly. Head to the CDC's website for information about how to get a COVID-19 test in your state.

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