During a recent interview with Good Day Rochester and Good Day Sacramento, the founder and frontman of the self-named band Alice Cooper talked about the time he and his wife contracted COVID-19 and encouraged everyone to get their vaccinations and protect themselves.

As you may recall, towards the end of 2020, Alice Cooper and his wife Sheryl Goddard had made it to the headlines of rock news after testing positive for COVID-19. Their fans and loved ones were very scared that something might go wrong as they are both over 60 years old but they are now both as fit as a fiddle.

During his recent interviews, Alice Cooper said that it was a very painful process as both he and his wife were just knocked out for twelve days, and day by day they started feeling a little bit better. However, it took them approximately a whole month to completely recover, and now, they are walking antibodies.

However, this doesn’t mean that Alice Cooper didn’t get vaccinated. In another interview, he said that he got both of his shots and that he feels great right now. He warned his fans about how painful it is to go through COVID-19 and encouraged them to go and get their shots done before contracting it.

Here’s what Alice Cooper said about his COVID-19 battle:

“My wife and I had it at the same time — at Christmas; right at Christmas. All it really did with me was it knocked me out. For three weeks, I felt like I went 12 rounds with [boxing legend] Roberto Duran; I was just beaten up.

And then every day, you feel a little bit better, then you feel a little bit better, feel a little bit better, and after about a month, you start feeling pretty good. And so now I’m a walking antibody.”

This what he said about his current health status:

“I’m fine now. I got both my shots, and everything’s back to normal again. I certainly didn’t have to go to the hospital or anything like that. But it did wear you out. It’s not fun at all. So get your shots out there; go get your vaccinations.”

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