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‘Slowly getting better’: Sunshine Cruz shares recovery journey
‘Slowly getting better’: Sunshine Cruz shares recovery journey

Actress Sunshine Cruz is self-isolating amid COVID-19 symptoms

Photo from Sunshine Cruz' official Instagram

'Headache, body pain is now more tolerable, cough is not as worse, my sense of taste and smell have improved,' says the actress

Sunshine Cruz said on Sunday, April 11 that she is on her way to recovery after suffering from symptoms that included headaches, body pain, and cough. The actress said she has been under isolation.

“Headache, body pain is now more tolerable, cough is not as worse, my sense of taste and smell have improved. I thank God everyday for I am slowly getting better,” she said. 

Sunshine did not say what her condition was, although cast members of the TV show Bagong Umaga, which Sunshine is part of, had to isolate over COVID-19 concerns. Sunshine’s Bagong Umaga co-star Heaven Peralejo, in a vlog posted on Saturday, April 10, that she tested positive for COVID-19 and had required hospital care.

The actress said it was a blessing to be isolated in the comfort of her own home since have to do so in hospitals or Kalinga centers.

Sunshine also wrote about how much she misses her three daughters. “I may not see the kids but hearing and chatting over the phone with them makes me look forward to seeing and hugging these princesses of mine once again,” she said. 

In a separate post, Sunshine asked fans and followers for prayers. “My family’s situation is still much better than those that I have been hearing and seeing online. It is scary and I always worry for my family, loved ones and friends. But then saan ba ako dadalhin ng pag-aalala at sobrang pag-iisip? Dasal talaga ang sinasandalan ko, ‘yung suporta at pagbibigay ng lakas ng loob ng mga taong nagmamahal samin ng mga bata.” 

(But then where will my overthinking bring me? Prayers are what can I rely on, and the support and concern that has been given to me and my daughters.) 

COVID-19 cases have been surging in the past weeks, with the Philippines recording 11,681 new cases on Sunday, April 11. “NCR Plus” – Metro Manila, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Rizal – is under MECQ, the second strictest quarantine level, until April 30. –

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