Pop diva Madonna said Thursday that she suffered from a coronavirus in early March, at the end of a tour she was doing in the French city of Paris. In addition, in an Instagram post, he announced that he will donate a million dollars for the investigation of a vaccine against COVID-19.
“When you test positive for antibodies it means you have had the virus, which clearly happened to me when I was ill at the end of my tour in Paris more than 7 weeks ago,” the artist said through a post on her Instagram account.
Furthermore, he revealed that all the staff accompanying her on the tour felt symptoms but he assured that everyone is in good health.
“We all thought we had a very bad flu. Thank God we are all healthy and well now. I hope that clears things up for those who are going too fast! Knowledge is power!” He wrote.
The press had launched various speculations about his health, after some cancellations during that leg of the tour.
This revelation came in the week that the diva participated in a donor conference for the development of a vaccine, organized by the European Union, which also included Bill and Melinda Gates and soccer coach José Mourinho.
A few days ago the diva had made controversial statements on her social networks announcing that she would take “a long car ride” and added: “I will lower the windows to breathe. I am going to breathe the air with Covid-19”.
For several weeks, the singer has been doing what she calls “quarantine diary” on her Instagram account. This is a series of videos, in which he dumps his reflections on the pandemic.
This supposed decision to go out to “take a breath of Covid-19” was expressed in installment number 14, in front of a typewriter and in the dim light, from where he also gave his opinion on the power of words, on his desire to “fight with people, “defying the political correctness of saying and writing those that others like to listen to or read.
Many of her comments and posts about quarantine, isolation, and the consequences of the coronavirus are made by Madonna with some irony. But he also recommended to his more than 15 million followers that they “be safe” and “be healthy.” “Here is the good news: Tomorrow will be another day and I am going to get up and feel completely different,” said the diva, who also thought out loud about what “people are not ready to understand.”
With information from Télam.