Pink Reveals Coronavirus Diagnosis And Recovery
Pink, real name Alecia Beth Moore, announced on social media that she and her son spent weeks in isolation after their tests for COVID-19 came back positive. The ‘Can’t Take Me Home’ pop artist has; however, now successfully recovered from the deadly infection. And her son too, has tested negative for the virus after weeks in isolation.
Pink And Son Recover From Coronavirus
Alecia and her son Jameson had reportedly developed symptoms of the virus while they were self-quarantining at their home. Fortunately for them, her primary healthcare physician had access to testing resources, who helped the mother-son duo conclude that they were suffering from the virus. Since the symptoms weren’t worrying, the physician advised Pink to isolate at home until she recovers. Two weeks later, retesting proved that the two were now virus-free.
Pink Calls Out Government For Insufficient Virus Testing
As she narrated her coronavirus experience, Pink called out the government for not conducting sufficient COVID-19 tests. Pink said that everyone, regardless of class, age, race, creed, and color, is susceptible to the virus. It is, therefore, essential to make coronavirus testing more accessible, Pink also added that the COVID-19 tests needed to be free, as it is the only way to “protect our children, our families, our friends, and our communities.”
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Donates $1 Million To The Coronavirus Cause
After her diagnosis and recovery, Pink is donating $500,000 each to the.Temple University Hospital Emergency Fund and the City of Los Angeles Mayor’s Emergency COVID-19 Crisis Fund. Pink had decided to donate to the Temple University Hospital Emergency Fund to honor her mother, Judy Moore. Moore had worked at the hospital’s Cardiomyopathy and Heart Transplant Center for more than 18 years.
Summing up the narration of her brush with the virus, Alecia acknowledged the services of frontline medical workers. She thanked all healthcare professionals for leaving no stone unturned in combatting the virus and protecting people from the epidemic. She also advised people to practice self-isolation, adding that the next two weeks are very crucial in determining the virus’ impact.