Sunshine Cruz self-isolated at home, recovering amid hints of COVID-19 symptoms
Sunshine Cruz is currently recovering and self-isolating at home as she hints at having symptoms of COVID-19.
Cruz took a photo of herself lying in bed, saying that she considered it a “blessing” that she is staying at home and not confined in a hospital, as shown on her Instagram page last Saturday, April 10.
“I may not see the kids but hearing and chatting over the phone with them makes me look forward to seeing and hugging these princesses of mine once again. I know I am on my way to recovery,” she said.
The actress did not give further details about her health condition but listed down some symptoms of COVID-19.
“Headache, body pain is now more tolerable, cough is not as worse, my sense of taste and smell have improved. I thank God every day for I am slowly getting better,” she stated.
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On her 11th day in isolation, Cruz also asked her fans and friends for prayers as she expressed concern for her family due to the pandemic.
“I miss hugging and talking to my three girls. Amidst our struggles especially during this time of pandemic, I can’t thank the Lord enough. My family’s situation is still much better than those that I have been hearing and seeing online,” she said.
Several showbiz personalities have tested positive for COVID-19 over the past weeks, including K Brosas, Angeline Quinto, Marco Alcaraz, Rhian Ramos and Cruz’s “Bagong Umaga” co-star Heaven Peralejo.
Peralejo revealed in a YouTube vlog last Saturday that she learned she is COVID-19 positive while she was at the lock-in taping for the show. JB
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