Pink tests positive for COVID-19 and donates $ 1 million to hospitals

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Through Instagram, Pink announced that a couple of weeks ago, she and her 3-year-old son Jameson had symptoms of coronavirus and had tested positive.

Living the disease first-hand led the singer to do her bit and donate $ 1 million to support the health sector that has been overwhelmed by the virus and so that more people can be properly cared for.

Fortunately, the singer and her son were diagnosed on time and received the appropriate treatment, so that in two weeks, their recovery was complete.

Two weeks ago, my three-year-old son, Jameson, and I had symptoms of Covid-19. Fortunately, our GP had access to tests that were positive. My family and I were already in quarantine and, following our doctor’s instructions, the following two weeks, we also stayed at home. A few days ago we did the tests again, and fortunately, we came out negative.

Pink reaches out to help

Alecia Moore – Pink’s real name – is an altruistic woman who uses her fame and resources to help charities who fight social, environmental, and health problems. He recently offered help to firefighters who worked around the clock to extinguish the massive fires in Australia.

Now, coping closely with the coronavirus inspired her to donate $ 500,000 to the Temple University Hospital Emergency Fund in Philadelphia (where her mother worked for 18 years), and another $ 500,000 to the COVID-19 Emergency Crisis Fund. of the Angels.

Pink also expressed her annoyance and described the actions of the United States government as a failed joke, since the tests are only available to a few as if it were a luxury rather than an urgent public health issue.

It is a parody and a resounding failure of our government not to make the tests more accessible. It is a serious and real disease. People should know that it affects young and old, healthy and sick, rich and poor, and testing should be free and accessible to protect our children, families, friends, and communities.