Update on Miss Universe PH National Director Shamcey Supsup After COVID-19 Battle
SHAMCEY SUPSUP – The Miss Universe Philippines National Director revealed that she tested positive for COVID-19.
The COVID-19 is still present in the Philippines and in many other countries abroad. Every day, there are still new cases recorded and the pandemic is currently requiring an intensified fight now following the emergence of new variants.
Countries now are on the lookout for the Delta variant which hooked attention because of its higher transmissibility rate. PH confirmed local transmissions of the said coronavirus variant.
It has been a year now since the COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). A lot of people have contracted the disease. Others survived while others lost their lives to it.
Recently, another popular personality in the Philippines contracted COVID-19 – Miss Universe Philippines National Director Shamcey Supsup. She revealed her battle in a social media post.
According to the Miss Universe 2011 3rd Runner-Up, a few weeks ago, they were sick and they thought that it was just simple flu. They were shocked when they found out that it was already COVID-19. They had mild to moderate symptoms.
The beauty queen stressed that they are all fully vaccinated in their household. She described it as a “really really bad flu” and, according to her, it was the first time that she lost her sense of smell and taste. Fortunately, they recovered at home.
Shamcep Supsup is now COVID-free and she is praying for everyone’s safety and for the pandemic to be over soon. Here’s her Instagram post:
Currently, PH is vaccinating the people in the pursuit of population protection. At least 70 million have to be vaccinated against coronavirus. Different vaccine brands have been developed and the healthcare workers, the frontliners in the fight, were the top priority in the vaccination program.
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