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Rhian Ramos reveals she was COVID-19 positive, now 'out of the woods'

Rhian Ramos revealed on Wednesday, April 3 that she and her road manager tested positive for COVID-19, describing the past weeks as “harrowing at times.” 

In an Instagram post, Rhian uploaded a video clip with manager Rach Librado documenting their quarantine period.  “It started with a fever. We isolated for a few days but found out we were both positive. Started feeling better day 4 to 6,” she said.

The 30-year-old actress shared that “some days, we’d feel better, some days we’d feel worse.” But despite that, they stayed motivated and focused on battling the disease. 

Rhian also said that they are now “out of the woods,” adding that she is grateful for life, health, love, and friendship. She thanked everyone who helped them in their ordeal.

“It meant the world to us and I’ll always remember how much you’ve blessed us," she said.

She also offered encouragement to those who are battling the disease. “Keep your morale up. When you see your first negative result, you’ll be overcome with relief and that feeling you’ve been dreaming of, where for 5 minutes there’s no finally fear,” she wrote. 

As of April 7, the Philippines recorded 6,414 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total to 819, 164 cases. “NCR Plus” – Metro Manila and nearby provinces – remains under lockdown until April 11. – Rappler.com