“Pop queen” Madonna was comfortable with the test results. She believes she will be immune to nCoV.
On April 30, Madonna shared a video on Instagram called “Quarantine Diary”. In particular, the pop superstar revealed that he tested and tested positive for nCoV antibodies.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), people who are positive for this test are likely to have been infected with nCoV or corona virus similar to the previous but not sick.
However, the CDC says it is not clear whether the person with this antibody is immune to the virus. (An antibody test is a method of finding antibodies made by the body to fight germs.)
Still, the 4 Minutes vocalist was humorous, believing he would be immune to the disease. She shared the specific plan: “So tomorrow I will drive a car on the road to breathe the air, even though the air has Covid-19.”
But according to Billboard, that’s how the “pop queen” hides her embarrassment and helplessness.
Earlier, Madonna sighed when her best friend – Debi Mazar – agreed nCoV. Debi Mazar must isolate and treat at home. She reported symptoms of shortness of breath, headache, fatigue and a dry cough. Mazar’s husband and two daughters also isolated themselves for 14 days.
The “pop queen” also revealed that she lost three friends to Covid-19. Therefore, she always urged people to stay at home, take care of their health and try to overcome the pandemic.
Madonna once said in a video: “Covid-19 made us all equally. It was awful but also a wonderful thing about the disease.”
During the social separation period, Madonna just hung around at home in California with young Ahlamalik Williams and her six children. Every day, music superstars teach their children to study, organize dance classes and play at home. The singer always updates her activities on her personal page.
Due to the effects of the epidemic, Madonna had to cancel the last two shows on the Madame X tour in Paris on March 10 and 11. Instead, Madonna’s Ray of Light Foundation and REFORM Alliance announced plans to donate 100,000 masks to prisoners, donating $ 1 million against the epidemic.