Beautiful woman reveals she and daughter survived Covid-19, inspires

Beautiful woman reveals she and daughter survived Covid-19, inspires

- A woman, who was identified as Zamangwe Zwane, has inspired social media users on Monday

- Zwane revealed both she and her daughter contracted the novel coronavirus that claimed the lives of thousands worldwide

- However, the mom and daughter managed to recover from Covid-19 and they became symbols of hope

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The coronavirus has been wreaking havoc across the world - countries have shut down as thousands of people lose their lives on a daily basis.

However, while the virus is without a doubt dangerous and should be taken seriously, it does not necessarily mean a death sentence.

While many have passed away from Covid-19, others managed to survive. One woman, Zamangwe Zwane revealed on Twitter that she and her daughter both tested positive for the coronavirus.

However, she gave Mzansi hope when she revealed that they managed to beat the novel virus and are now healthy again.

Her post was captioned:

"My daughter and I recovered from Covid-19."

Beautiful woman reveals she and daughter survived Covid-19, inspires

Zwane and her daughter recovered from Covid-19. Photo credit: Zamangwe Zwane/Twitter.
Source: Twitter

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In just a couple of hours, 10 000 people reacted to her post, gathered. Social media users were relieved to hear positive Covid-19 outcomes amid devastating statistics.

Dr Maheya, who goes by the Twitter handle @johny_theblessd, commented:

"Thank God."

Another tweep, @bonts04, added:

"We are thankful."

Shella Ntsoane, @ShezzGreat, wrote:

"My whole family recovered from Covid-19... It was not an easy ride, but we've made it."

One tweep asked Zwane how she treated herself after contracting Covid-19 and the survivor shared her secrets.

Earlier, reported a report claims that taxi drivers are defying lockdown laws banning interprovincial travel.

With heavy policing on all major routes, both operators and passengers are reportedly taking chances.

Citizens are allegedly leaving Gauteng to provinces with lower Covid-19 infection rates.

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