Angelica Panganiban in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19
Angelica Panganiban revealed that she contracted the novel coronavirus and is currently isolating, away from her fiancé Gregg Homan and their daughter Amila Sabine.
The actress expressed longing for her family while showing a screenshot of their video call, along with a photo of a COVID-19 test kit with a positive result, through her Instagram page on Thursday, Jan. 12.
“Nauubusan na ko ng positive thoughts (I am running out of positive thoughts). [Please] send help. I miss you family,” she said.
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Panganiban then received well wishes from fellow celebrities Maxene Magalona, Anne Curtis, Iza Calzado, Carla Abellana and Alora Sasam, who immediately sent food, flowers and balloons to Panganiban.
Panganiban earlier organized a surprise bridal shower for her friend and fellow actress Glaiza de Castro. Other celebrities who attended the party were Magalona, Isabel Oli, Kakai Bautista and Sheena Halili.
Panganiban gave birth to Amila, her first child with Homan, last Sept. 20, then revealed the child’s face to the public in October. In the same month, the couple made their engagement public and disclosed that Homan popped the question when Panganiban was four months into her pregnancy. /ra
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