Bogger Divine Lee tested positive for COVID-19 and she’s stumped how the virus got to her.
“Hi guys! To those asking – yes, I tested positive and asymptomatic. I’m all good so please don’t worry. The kids and yayas are also good,” she wrote on Instagram.
Divine went on say they haven’t seen people since the implementation of community quarantine, so she declared it’s not a person to person case.
“So please make sure you really be extra careful in handling everyday things from money, groceries, and all,” she reminded her followers. “I will be coming out with a vlog about hoping that I can help more people be more cautious about their actions. To think aning na nga ako and still got it.”
The 36-year-old host advises everyone to drink vitamins, saying having good immune system is best bet against the virus.
Divine also talked about her 14-day quarantine journey and what she learned from the experience. In a letter addressed to her kids Baz and Blanca, the celebrity noted how sickness can be a mind game and that she had to maneuver and operate everything while in isolation.
“Business, the emotions of people, medical, DOH advisories, barangay advisories, checking everyone’s health in the household, pati yung next ulam, etc. You need a strong heart and strong mind. And to do this- you need to be inspired and motivated. Kayo yung motivation ko,” she said to her children.
While some things are hard to understand, she believes everything happens for a reason which will be revealed in time.
Divine cited some of her realization; from becoming more grateful, to knowing the right information, as well as being empathetic to someone who is going through something.
She pointed out the importance of having a good support system especially at this time.
“Your family and real friends will always be your fort. They will be the first to protect you and guide you. Remember that you can call them anytime for anything. Consult them for decisions.”
Above all, never be complacent, she advised.
“Always better to be sure. OA na kung OA. Go one more step or all the steps to ensure safety. If we didn’t do the swab test. We probably would have gotten better without knowing we got sick.”
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