Pink reveals that she tested positive for coronavirus


Pink confirmed that she had tested positive for the coronavirus.

Superstar “Raise Your Glass” and “Just Like a Pill” shared the news on Instagram yesterday (April 3), writing: “Two weeks ago, my three-year-old son Jameson and I were showing symptoms of COVID -19.

“Fortunately, our primary care doctor had access to tests and I became positive. My family was already safe at home and we have continued to do so for the past two weeks following our doctor’s instructions. “

Pink at E 2019! Audience Award

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She then revealed that a few days ago, they “took the test again and are now happily negative”.

Elsewhere in his article, Pink called the lack of US test centers “an absolute travesty and a failure of our government.”

She added, “This disease is serious and real. People need to know that the disease affects young and old, healthy and unhealthy, the rich and the poor, and we need to make testing free and more widely available to protect our children, families, friends and our communities. “

Pink, P! Nk, at the premiere of Alice Through the Looking Glass, California

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A split donation of $ 1 million from the singer’s pocket goes to the Emergency Fund at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia and the Mayor of Los Angeles’s Emergency Emergency Fund COVID-19.

“THANK YOU to all of our healthcare professionals and to those around the world who work so hard to protect our loved ones,” she continued.

“You are our heroes! These next two weeks are crucial: stay home. Please. Stay. At home. [heart emoji]. ”

The information in this story is accurate as of the date of publication. While we try to keep our content as up to date as possible, the situation surrounding the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) continues to develop rapidly, so it is possible that some information and recommendations have changed since publication. For all concerns and final advice, visit the World Health Organization. If you are in the UK, the National Health Service can also provide useful information and assistance, while American users can contact the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

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