Peter Giannikopoulos, a new suitor for “Bachelorette” Tayshia Adams, uncovered Tuesday he not only tested good for COVID-19 but had been included in a car wreck.
Getting to Instagram, the 32-yr-previous real estate adviser reflected on the past 24 hrs, which experienced been “some of the toughest in [his] lifetime.”
“Yesterday I examined beneficial for Covid and have started two 7 days quarantine,” Giannikopoulos commenced. “I am heading by way of a good deal of feelings at the second with so many thoughts in my head as to how this transpired.”
Giannikopoulos, who manufactured his “Bachelorette” debut on Tuesday night’s episode, noted he had “felt lousy for a number of days,” but did not foresee catching the coronavirus since he’s “been donning a mask in public, washing and sanitizing arms consistently, and next social distancing protocol all through operate.”
Boston-dependent Giannikopoulos then additional how he obtained into a vehicle crash in just times of discovering about his COVID-19 diagnosis.
“While driving household from the clinic my panic commenced to get the greatest of me,” he said. “As a final result of the stress and anxiety, I lost consciousness behind the wheel and my automobile went off street by means of a guard rail and hit a pole. The air bag deployed, driver aspect door was wedged in, broken glass all over the place, and I was 5ft away from smashing into a constructing.
“All I don’t forget was waking up to people today shouting for support, as I was in a deep daze and confusion. I did not know the place I was, how I got there, or what happened,” he ongoing.
Giannikopoulos added that he “came out of it with only a compact gash on [his] nose.”
“Truly a blessing as I am a agency believer I had angels watching in excess of me,” he ongoing.
In addition to Giannikopoulos, 3 other suitors joined the cast of “The Bachelorette,” next Clare Crawley and Dale Moss’ extraordinary exit previous week.