Buhle Samuels on fear of coronavirus: "Scary times we're living in"

Buhle Samuels on fear of coronavirus: "Scary times we're living in"

- Buhle Samuels has expressed her concern over the spread of the coronavirus

- She feels that we are indeed living in dangerous times

- The actress also thinks the virus should not hit Africa - the continent has enough problems

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Buhle Samuels, like the rest of us, is pretty worried about the spread of the dreaded coronavirus.

She has taken to social media to interact with her fans and express her worries.

According to the actress, Africa has enough problems, it doesn't need the deadly virus on top of everything.

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On Twitter, Buhle said:

"Scary times we are living in! Travelling anywhere right now isn’t ideal! Praying for everyone affected and praying this thing doesn’t spread further because God knows how we already have enough issues in Africa!"

No one can really be blamed for starting to worry about this virus - it has been a cause for stress all over the world.

Briefly.co.za reported that since the outbreak of the coronavirus, there have been many views from different angles.

Many of them can be dismissed as fake news while some of them have proven to be true. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and WHO have listed some myths about the virus.

The symptoms, treatments and variants have also been discussed extensively.

Buhle isn't the only celeb to feel edgy about the virus. Somizi and Mohale have decided that they will cancel their planned wedding in Italy.

Somizi used his Twitter account to let his fans and friends know that the wedding would not be happening. He didn't say much, but it's not difficult to guess why - the virus has everyone scared and they are being extra careful. This popular country has been hit hard.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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