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influencer who went back to her old job as a nurse in Madrid becomes infected with coronavirus and says her son has symptoms too in emotional video Ángela Rozas Saiz, AKA Madame de Rosa, 38, worked at the La Paz hospital  She tested positive for Covid-19 with headache, fever and respiratory problems   Her emotional video on Instagram has received more than 1,000,000 views Saiz feels 'guilty' for son Romeo who is showing Covid-19 symptoms as well Coronavirus symptoms: what are they and should you see a doctor?

By Rory Butler For Mailonline

Published: 17:40 GMT, 26 March 2020 | Updated: 20:17 GMT, 26 March 2020

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A 'influencer' from Spain, who returned to her former role as a nurse to help combat Covid-19, has revealed she has contracted the killer virus in a tearful video.

Ángela Rozas Saiz, AKA Madame de Rosa, 38, decided to return to work as a nurse at the Hospital Universitario La Paz in Madrid - a region of Spain that has been especially hard-hit by the virus.

But within days of swapping her fashionable clothes for her scrubs, the social media star learned she too had contracted coronavirus.

There is also a possibility, she says, that she has passed the virus to her son. 

'I love you', she tells all her adoring fans in an emotional Instagram video

Becoming more tearful - the social media star begins to break down with the bad news

The social media star cannot keep it together as she explains her diagnosis to all her fans

Happy and smiley - Madame de Rosa gestures a peace sign to her fans at the hospital

Happy and smiley - Madame de Rosa gestures a peace sign to her fans at the hospital 

Madame de Rosa sitting in a flowing spotted dress. She has 637,000 followers on Instagram

Madame de Rosa sitting in a flowing spotted dress. She has 637,000 followers on Instagram 

Her emotional video on Instagram has received more than 1,000,000 views to date.  

She said the whole episode has made her feel 'psychologically down'.  

The influencer posted a photo of herself gesturing a peace sign and wearing medical clothing in a

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