The wrote on her Instagram that she’s diagnosed on new year’s eve and said that sickness “comes on fast like a locomotive.”
Tyler explained that she was isolated from her family due to the infection, but she has been reunited with them after a two weeks, and testing negative to the virus.
The BBC drama ‘Gunpowder’ star wrote that the virus has two bad effects – physical and psychological.
She said: “There are so many strange elements to this sickness.
“There is the physical aspects but also emotional and psychological ones too. It F’s with your body and mind equally. Everyday different.
“Being isolated in a room alone for 10 days is trippy to say the least. Waking up to news of our capital being under attack. Was it real or the twilight zone? Ohhh no it was real!!!”
The 43-year-old said she was weaken by the illness and spent 10 days in bed, and that her children raised her spirits while she was sick by slipping messages under her door.
She said: “I missed My babies beyond but they visited my window and called up to me and I watch them play outside. Such a gift.
“They sent little messages and drawings under my door. Reminders of what’s on the other side. What to get better for. I am so grateful to be through it and spent my days alone praying and beaming love to all who are effected and suffering from this.”
Tyler had featured in movies like: The Strangers, The Incredible Hulk and Ad Astra.
She thanked the front-line workers risking their lives during the pandemic to save lives.
She wrote: “Those who are working tirelessly to protect and care for others. Thank you. We are all connected through this experience. I am Humbled and filled with gratitude.”
courtesy: Belfast Telegraph