Liesl Laurie on contracting Covid-19: ‘What a crazy, hectic experience’
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Former Miss South Africa and Jacaranda FM presenter Liesl Laurie reveals she’s tested positive to Covid-19.
Laurie, who recently got engaged to former “YoTV” presenter Dr Musa Mthombeni, took to social media on Friday, announcing that she had contracted the Coronavirus.
This comes just a few days after Mthombeni announced that he had tested positive for Covid-19.
“For about 18 months my medical doctor has managed to steer clear of the dreaded Covid-19 virus but a couple of days ago he (read we) tested positive,” shared Laurie.
She further explained that in spite of the challenges that come with contracting the virus, she and Mthombeni are both recovering well at home.
She added: “What a crazy, HECTIC experience but as you can understand I am well taken care of ❤️🥺.
“Today is a good day and with each day of this rollercoaster ride that passes, I feel more and more like myself.”
She also took the opportunity to thank their fans for their messages of support, while urging fans to continue to adhere to the safety protocols.
“We are on the mend and would like to thank all our friends and family for the prayers. We are slowly but surely healing day by day. Keep safe out there.”
In a recent series of tweets Mthombeni told his fans he started having headaches and backaches, but it was later discovered that was Covid-19 positive.
Aaaah. It’s COVID. I knew something wasn’t right.— DrMusa (@DrMusaMthombeni) July 25, 2021
My symptoms were a headache and back pain. Tingle in my throat was non specific because of the change in Weather https://t.co/d6S2Nk6zXj
Mthombeni also shared that he got the Covid-19 vaccine just a few months ago, and his symptoms were not serious.
“I got my vaccine months back and so far all my symptoms are very mild. A little headache here and there. Sore throat and that’s it really!,” revealed Mthombeni.
I got my vaccine months back and so far all my symptoms very mild. A little headache here abs there. Sore throat and that’s it really!— DrMusa (@DrMusaMthombeni) July 25, 2021