Angelica Jones, son and mother test positive for COVID-19
Angelica Jones revealed that she has tested positive for the novel coronavirus along with her 8-year-old son and 62-year-old mother, who is now confined in an intensive care unit (ICU).
The actress-politician revealed her family’s condition as she asked the public for prayers via Facebook on April 8. They are confined at the San Pablo District Hospital.
“Humihingi po ako ng paumanhin… 14 days muna di ko masasagot mga [text] or call (I apologize… I will not be answering texts or calls for 14 days),” said Jones, a board member of the 3rd District of Laguna.
“Pansamantala sarado ang aking bahay. HINIHILING KO PO IPANALANGIN NYO ANG AKING INA si Mama Beth makasurvive [three days] na nasa ICU (intubated) At Kami ng anak ko si Angelo Patuloy lumalaban at patuloy nanalangin gumaling na po kami,” the “Mr. Suave” star stressed.
(My home is closed for now. I am asking for your prayers for my mother, Mama Beth, to survive as she has been in the ICU [intubated] for three days now. My son and I are still fighting and praying that we recover from this.)
Humihingi po ako ng paumanhin .14 days muna di ko masasagot mga txt or call. Sa mga constituents ko po you can…
In a follow-up post made on April 10, Jones disclosed that her mother has also been battling pneumonia while she herself also contracted pneumonia and dealing with asthma, aside from COVID-19.
Thank you to Baby Bm Jojo Matias for the Flowers and Fruits for Me , My Mom and Angelo ❤🙏👨👩👧Thank you to my…ADVERTISEMENT
“Me, my mom and [Angelo] are Positive of [COVID-19]. Humihingi kami po ng inyong Patuloy na dasal malampasan namin itong Pagsubok (We are asking for your prayers to overcome this challenge), she said.
“PLEASE PRAY FOR MY MOM Beth Jones NASA ICU po sya (She is in the ICU). She had pneumonia and [COVID-19],” Jones stressed.
Before entering politics, Jones was known for starring in “Mr. Suave” alongside Vhong Navarro back in 2003 and the action thriller teleserye “Basta’t Kasama Kita” in the same year, among others. /ra
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