Nomzamo Mbatha’s biggest Covid-19 fear: Not being able to come home

Nomzamo Mbatha’s biggest Covid-19 fear: Not being able to come home

- Nomzamo Mbatha explained how terrified she was when the coronavirus broke out because she was planning on coming home to SA

- Not knowing when she will be able to see her fam is not cool but Nomzamo is doing her best to remain calm and stay safe

- Sis has been through a lot, she also faced a 3.8-magnitude earthquake that hit the View Park-Windsor Hills area of Los Angeles last month

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Nomzamo Mbatha recently let people in on how terrified she was when the coronavirus broke out as she didn't know when she would be able to return home to Mzansi.

The coronavirus has left many stranded all over the world with endless uncertainty.

Briefly.co.za knows that Nomzamo has been spending her lockdown time in the US where she has been living and working for some time now.

Speaking to True Love magazine, Nomzamo expressed that her biggest Covid-19 fear was the uncertainty of when next she would be able to see her family back in South Africa.

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"My plan was to return to SA so I could be closer to my family, but Covid-19 travel restrictions have locked me out of my home country. This heightened one of my biggest fears: that of not being able to return home. I initially panicked, but my calm has returned. I am coping, though it has been scary.”

Nomzamo has been handling the situation pretty well despite her fears. Sis has been working on her fitness and keeping her mind healthy too.

Aside from the rona, Nomzamo has to face a 3.8-magnitude earthquake that hit the View Park-Windsor Hills area of Los Angeles last month – sis has been through the most.

“I was actually walking from the hallway to the bathroom and I felt a tremble but then I quickly dismissed it and thought, 'Damn girl, why you walk so heavy' ... Kanti.”

Hopefully Nomzamo and many others will be able to return to their families really soon. Stay strong fam!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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