- Anele Mdoda has become the latest South African celebrity to contract Covid-19
- Taking to social media, the radio personality revealed why she has been absent from her show
- Mzansi social media users wished her a speedy recovery from the deadly coronavirus
Media personality Anele Mdoda has revealed that she has tested positive for the dreaded rona. Anele has been notably absent from her show and took to social media to share why.
The Mzansi celeb shared that she tested positive for the virus that has "no rules".
“Covid-19 has no rules. It does what it wants. It grows where it wants. It attacks as it pleases and takes whomever it wants. Brace yourselves."
She went on to say that she's been resting at home and taking it easy.
Social media users offered messages of support to Anele. Twitter user Lerato04500016 said:
"You are going to be OK. Caught it in September and the advice I can give you is rest. And when I say rest it includes the brain as well. I went back to work after 14 days and because of the strenuous job I did back then, I now have issues with brain fog, chest pains and paralysis."
"Get well soon."
"We miss you guys."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that AKA cannot believe how lucky he and his family have been during this pandemic. His 107-year-old great-granny contracted the virus, and like a boss, beat it. Blessings on blessings for the Forbes fam.
The coronavirus has taken many lives and disrupted all in more ways than one. Seeing people’s recovery stories really does make this pandemic a little more manageable and hopeful.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Supa Mega’s 107-year-old great-granny managed to beat the coronavirus. With the elderly being labelled high-risk, AKA feels extremely blessed to that his great-granny managed to beat it at her impressive age.
AKA let Mzansi know a couple of weeks back that the rona had gotten him. He chose to make his results public in an attempt to raise awareness about the reality of the situation that South Africa, and the world, is currently dealing with.
The rapper encouraged Mzansi to continue wearing masks in public and to hold stringent hygiene measures by frequently sanitising and washing hands.
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