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Post-Recovery, Actress, Lola Alao Warns That COVID-19 Is Way Deadlier Than People Realise

Post-Recovery, Actress, Lola Alao Warns That COVID-19 Is Way Deadlier Than People Realise

Popular actress, Lola Alao has revealed she tested positive for Coronavirus but has fully recovered from the deadly virus. Explaining her ordeal in a post on Instagram, Alao said she lost her sense of smell and was sick to the bone before she made full recovery.

The celebrity mum who shared that it was pertinent to talk about her experience at a critical time as this because people are beginning to ignore the warnings , also shared that she feared for her kids as her battle with the disease got intense.

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According to Lola, her experience only goes to show that the disease is even deadlier than it is often portrayed to be.

Read her full post below:

‘I tested positive to COVID-19 but I am fine now. To God be the glory. 

I was sick to the bone and couldn’t smell anything. I was so scared because I had kids to take care of.

You don’t ever want to imagine going into self-isolation and not seeing your loved ones.

I don’t know what you must have heard about COVID-19, but I tell you today that it is way deadlier than you can ever think of.

At this critical time when people are beginning to ignore the warnings against this virus, you can make a difference with your family members by being very conscious of the fact that it is still very much around.

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There is a thin line between life and death. Please, be nice to everyone around you always. My name is Lola Alao. Stay very safe, my people.

See the original post below:

https://www.instagram.com/p/CEg0MG9BgsO/?igshid=1kempy2z8a9oy

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control announced 250 new cases of COVID-19 in the country on Saturday, bringing the nation’s confirmed cases to 53,727.

The public health agency said that till date, 53,727 cases have been confirmed, with 41,314 cases discharged and 1011 deaths recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.

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