Influencer tests positive for Covid-19: "Got the rona, but I'm OK."

Influencer tests positive for Covid-19: "Got the rona, but I'm OK."

- A social media influencer has revealed that he has tested positive for Covid-19

- @nkosibooi took to Twitter to share the news of his test results

- He remained upbeat and said that he and his family would be self-isolating and he would bounce back soon

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NKOSIBOOI, @nkosibooi, took to Twitter to let everyone know how he was doing and what his latest Coronvirus test results were.

He revealed that his test came back positive and he is infected with Covid-19 but that he is alright.

@nkosibooi has over 70 000 followers on the popular social media platform, he chatted with his followers and took their advice on how to proceed.

Influencer tests positive for Covid-19: "Got the rona, but I'm OK."

Nkosibooi has revealed that he has tested positive for Covid-19 but he is ok. Photo credit: @Nkosibooi
Source: Twitter

"Just got my results. Got the rona, but I'm OK."

He revealed that he and his family are self-isolating, he has a 3-year-old daughter, he is pretty sure that she has it as well.

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"She probably got it, so we isolating together."

He remained positive and said that he would bounce back and would be back at work soon enough.

"Thank you, yeah I'll be good soon enough and get back to work."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that it seems that many local and international people have yet to take the severity of the coronavirus pandemic seriously. Here in Mzansi, a large group of local youths has proved this to be the case after they started a tunnel party in Pretoria.

In a clip that was shared online by various Twitter accounts, the group of people can be seen closing off the Daspoort Tunnel in Pretoria with a convoy of cars. In the clip, many of them are also drinking, dancing, and ignoring almost every Covid-19 safety guideline. Sharing the clip on his page, Peter Ndoro wrote:

"#COVID19 is real. My heart breaks to see young people ignoring the warnings. They shut the Daspoort Tunnel between Claremont and Danville in Pretoria. Sadly it’s their parents and elderly caregivers that will feel the brunt of virus when they bring it home."
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In other news, a couple in Malaysia did not allow the coronavirus pandemic to stop them from holding a big wedding as 10 000 guests attended their nuptials.

According to the Covid-19 restriction in Malaysia, weddings must not exceed 20 people but the couple decided to hold a drive-through wedding, Yahoo! News reports. Tengku Muhammed Hafiz, who is the son of former cabinet minister Tengku Adnan, got married to his bride Oceane Alagia on Sunday, 20 December.

Guests at the event, which took place outside a grand government building in Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur, adhered to social distancing rules.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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