WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley took to Twitter today and gave an update on how he's feeling almost three weeks after testing positive for COVID-19.

Foley noted that he's feeling "not too bad" but he's fatigued very easily, and his head still feels a little cloudy. He encouraged fans to wear their masks.

"Many of you have been asking how I'm feeling after my positive COVID test. All in all, not too bad - but I get fatigued very easily, and my head still feels a little cloudy. PLEASE take this pandemic seriously - the daily death count is staggeringly high..and climbing. #MaskUp," he wrote.

Foley revealed back on January 1 that he had tested positive for the coronavirus. He tested positive after participating in a virtual signing on December 12. As soon as he found out he had been exposed, and before the positive test result, he began isolating in a hotel room and was planning to check out on January 4 as he was no longer contagious. Foley later said in a more detailed post that his symptoms were not too serious, just body aches and a headache for a few days, followed by loss of smell and hearing issues. You can click here for his first post on testing positive for COVID-19, or click here for his more detailed post on the virus.

Stay tuned for more on Foley's condition. His new related tweets can be seen below: