Stephen Amell had a tough time with COVID-19, but not physically.

Amell was on Michael Rosenbaum’s “Inside of You” podcast on Tuesday — the same show he had a panic attack on nine months ago — to discuss his experiences with the novel coronavirus.

“If I’ve had any anxiety, I know that we speak about this sometimes on the pod and, obviously you know, I had a panic attack on your podcast,” Amell began. “Take it from a guy whose only sense of anxiety and panic has been the concept of contracting COVID.

“My anxiety came from the idea that I would be letting hundreds of people down. I never worried about the lethal aspect.”

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Amell, 39, experienced a lot of stress over contracting the novel coronavirus.

“When I got the positive test, for me it became ‘Holy f**k’,” he shared. “I just destroyed this show because I’m number 1 on the call sheet and I work every day more or less.

“I’m in my head going, ‘S**t, they’re going to have to shut down the production. We’re not yet done with the first block of two episodes. Did I just ruin this?'”

Amell was self-isolating when he developed symptoms. He was tipped off after someone working on the set of “Heels” tested positive.

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“I have actively, actively, actively tried to avoid contracting this virus. And guess what? I f**king got it anyway, so be smart. If you’re being smart, stay smart,” he warned. “And if you’re not, you’re just dragging this s**t on longer for everybody else.”

The upcoming “Heels” star also dished on some of the symptoms he experienced due to COVID-19.

“I woke up and it was the strangest thing. My f**king right ear was plugged and I was hot and cold,” Amell described. He also felt “super dizzy” and lost 15 pounds in three weeks due to loss of appetite.

“Heels” is an upcoming professional wrestling-based television show starring Amell and Alexander Ludwig as brothers.