The 47-year-old pop star has revealed he’s still not got any sense of smell and is feeling more tired than usual as he continues his recovery from the illness.
Peter said: “I have still got no sense of smell and I went for a small bike ride yesterday and I was completely pumped out, which never happens to me.
“It’s a psychological thing: ‘Is it going to get worse at some point?’ This is what the problem is.”
Peter also revealed he’s found it tough to breathe at night.
He told ‘Good Morning Britain’: “I’m 47, I exercise, I feel quite good – and I had a doctor in the house and still there were nights where I’d wake up and I’m thinking … I’m finding it hard to breathe.”
Peter’s wife Emily admitted that the fear surrounding the virus is causing people to feel anxious.
The doctor explained: “You see it in the media play out so much – you hear all these stories of young people who are getting really unwell and it makes you worried more than you would if you didn’t know it was coronavirus.”
Earlier this month, Peter confessed he was “surprised” to learn he’d tested positive for coronavirus.
The ‘Mysterious Girl’ hitmaker hadn’t been feeling “quite right” so took a test to find out if he’d contracted the illness and was shocked by the result.
He said: “As you may have heard, I’ve tested positive for coronavirus.
“I was surprised to say the least when I got my test results back.
“At the time of writing this, I’ve got aches and I’ve just not been feeling quite right. It’s a scary time for a lot of people out there.”