The battle against the deadly virus being Covid-19 continues with more and more people testing positive including Mzansi celebrities.
Hulisani Ravele is a South African media personality known for being a presenter. She is popular known for previously being a presenter on the South African Broadcasting Commission (SABC) under shows such as YOTV, Pula and Friends and also on the Quiz Me show. Ravele holds a Degree which was obtained from the University of Johannesburg known as UJ. Hulisa Ravele is currently not well and needs prayers as she is battling against the deadly virus being Covid-19.
She took to social media in a deleted post announcing the bad news and said "Last week i had a cold-like symptom and i tested immediately but it was negative.I'm positve today, one of the things i know for sure? The vaccine works. I can't imagine what i would be like without it".
Hulisani Ravele comes after media personality being Minnie Dlhamini who recently tested positive for the mentioned virus. However, it is so sad that there are those thinking that she was paid to talk about vaccines when she announced having tested positive for Covid-19 as she received many negative comments stating that she was paid.
The battle against the deadly Covid-19 is still far from being over. Many celebrities have lost their lives but the remaining including citizens still have a chance to save their lives from being claimed by Covid-19.Those who don't yet have it or are not currently battling against it should continue staying safe at all times. Remember to always wear the mask, wash hands regularly, sanitize and avoid crowded places such as malls,places for entertainment and others to remain negative.
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