Mother of Singer Geneva Cruz Contracted COVID-19
Singer Geneva Cruz asked for prayers for her mother who is currently fighting against COVID-19 amid being diabetic and hypertensive.
Recently, the Philippines recorded a spike in the COVID-19 cases in the country. It prompted the government to place several areas in the country under stricter community quarantine measures.
Previously, the whole National Capital Region (NCR) and the provinces of Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite, and Laguna were placed under Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ). Starting today, it is under Modified ECQ as announced by the national government.
Several celebrities contracted COVID-19 amid the pandemic. There are also those whose family members were stricken by the said coronavirus disease that has shaken several healthcare systems across the globe.
One of the celebrities whose family members got sick from COVID-19 is singer Geneva Cruz. She recently revealed as she sought for prayers that her mother contracted the disease. According to her, her mother is diabetic and hypertensive that’s why she’s struggling against the disease.
Geneva thanked her sister, Vannessa, who is the one taking care of their mother. In a separate Instagram post of the singer’s sister, she stated that two (2) of them in their household have already recovered from the disease and three (3) are sick now including their mother.
Vannessa also wrote that it was on the 5th to the 7th day that the battle is at the peak and she got better after the 7th day so she’s hoping her mother would also get better after the 7th day. However, the fight may be harder for her considering her medical conditions and her being a senior citizen.
Recently, singer Geneva Cruz gave an update about their mom. In another post on Instagram, she revealed that their mother is not anymore in a critical care due to COVID-19 and has more energy compared to her energy two (2) nights ago. She can already relax and watch TV.
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