- A young mother, who has been identified as Nozipho Cebekhulu, tested positive for Covid-19
- She revealed that she had to quarantine with her three-year-old son and it made her panic about his well-being
- However, the little boy "saved" his mom and has luckily not shown any symptoms after two weeks in isolation
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Well over 200 000 South Africans have been infected with Covid-19 and while the majority will live, those who contracted the virus still worry about themselves and loved ones.
One woman, Nozipho Cebekhulu, revealed she tested positive for the coronavirus. However, she had to quarantine at home with her son, who is only three years old.
The beautiful mommy took to her Twitter page to share how she was worried about her son getting infected.
"I tested positive for Covid-19 guys and I had to quarantine with my 3 year old, if I tell you that I prayed night and day for him not to catch it, we drank everything together and he helped me with everything."
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She added in another post her son has been helpful throughout this entire journey, reminding her to take meds and even picked up his own clothes.
Cebekhulu added despite her fears, her son has now shown any symptoms after two weeks and added he saved her.
The beautiful proud mama wrote:
"He hasn’t shown any signs and we on our 14th day. We cried together, laughed and everything in between. That child saved me, I don’t ever want him to save me again, ever."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported on Thursday a woman found out her friend had contracted the novel coronavirus and she wanted to do something special for her.
The beautiful lady made up a care package with a cake, booze, chocolates and a stunning bouquet of flowers.
She dropped off the Covid care package at her friend's gate, still adhering to social distancing regulations implemented by government.
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