- Karyn Maughan a legal journalist for News24 took to social media to let South Africa know that she had tested positive for Covid-19
- She asked people to pray for her and let social media users know that she was in the hospital and had been vaccinated
- She hoped that she would be spared the worst of the virus and social media users reached out in their hundreds to wish her well
She had been vaccinated and hoped that it would save her from the worst of it but asked social media users to pray for her.
This resulted in her trending on social media with people from all walks of life, rich and poor of all races wishing her a speedy recovery.
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Social media users reach out to the Covid-stricken journalist
"Get well soon Karyn."
"Karyn you are in my most positive thoughts and prayers. Take care."
"Praying for you indeed, Karyn.
Holding the faith.
Sending love and positive energy…"
"Let me share a homemade remedy. Ginger garlic honey Disprinand mhlonyane. Boil the rest except honey and Disprin. Siff then add de last 2. Drink a cup cold or hot it's ok. 1lt = 2 Disprin, 4 cloves garlic 4 tablespoon ginger and a handful mhlonyane. Can put the amount you want honey.
"@karynmaughan get well soon Karyn, you were the reason I registered and vaccinated because of your informative tweets ❤️"
Karyn has not always been the recipient of positive messages online
Rachel Kolisi shares pics of her and kids isolating at a Togo Sun Hotel
The wife of esteemed Springbok rugby player Siya Kolisi, Rachel took to Instagram to share intimate pictures of her and her children at a Togo Sun hotel.
Rachel and her kids seem to be cooped up in a tiny hotel room, however, they seem to be having a fun time isolating themselves at the Togo Sun hotel, eating and play video games. She also asked South Africans to pray for her family and reminded her followers she loved her country in one of the snaps.
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Source: Briefly News