I Belong To The Zoo Lead Singer Argee Guerrero Reveals He Tested Positive For COVID-19
I BELONG TO THE ZOO – The frontman of OPM band ‘I Belong To The Zoo’ Argee Guerrero said he tested positive for coronavirus.
The World Health Organization (WHO) warned that the young people are “not invincible” when it comes to the fight against the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19). They advised all people to live with the virus and must take the necessary steps to protect themselves and others.
Celebrities, athletes, and top politicians have been infected with the deadly virus. Health authorities around the world are doing their best to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Kapamilya actor Christopher de Leon, Iza Calzado, Senator Koko Pimentel, and Kapuso comedian Michael V are some of the best-know people to be infected so far. COVID-19 infections in the country surged past 100,000 last week.
The frontman on the OPM band ‘I Belong To The Zoo,’ Argee Guerrero, revealed that he tested positive for COVID-19. He said he has been quarantining in his room since July 26.
The “Sana” hitmaker disclosed his health condition to his followers via Twitter yesterday, August 8. He assured his fans that he is now in a stable condition. He also encouraged them to stay at home.
“Tested positive for mild Covid. Quarantined in my room since July 26.
“Dont worry, everything is slowly going back to normal. Please stay at home if you don’t have anything important to do outside. Wear your masks properly.
“The latest toys, shoes, streetwear and gadgets can wait. Your old and new hobbies can wait. Stay at home,” he wrote.
Following his announcement on Twitter, Argee’s fans extended their well-wishes for him. Here are some of their comments from the post:
@rhyzzfigueroa: “Get well soon, Kuya. We’ll pray for your fast recovery.”
@Vincent_Dicho: “Get well soon po looking forward sa mga future gigs nyo pa po hehehe”
@gilenrt_: “Get well, soon kuya Arg Praying for you. Sending virtual distancing hug”
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