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Robert Marawa Opens up About Battling Covid-19

Robert Marawa Opens up About Battling Covid-19. With Covid-19 it is either you are battling, your are a survivor, you know someone who had it, or worse lost a loved one to the deadly virus. Despite the vaccine roll-out, every single day there are thousands of new infection and death cases. We are left with more questions than answers when it comes to Coronavirus.

A lot of people who have had Covid-19 or are still battling it, are now coming out to share their stories. The likes of Zola Hashatsi, AKA, Ayanda Thabethe, Lerato Moloi, Rachel Kolisi, Bishop I Makamu, Gail and Kabelo Mabalane have all taken to social media to share their battles with Covid-19. Robert Marawa is the latest celeb to take us through his journey with Covid-19.

The veteran sportscaster has issued out a statement where he updated his fans and followers with regards to his health. On the statement, Marawa revealed that he is grateful that he is alive to share his story with the public. After his diagnosis, he immediately went into strict self-isolation, something that has been encouraged healthcare providers. Marawa describes his symptoms starting off as flu-like, which quickly turned into severe fatigue and shortness of breath.

After his hospital admission, he was then transferred to the ICU ward where he stayed for a week. Marawa was then taken to the General ward where he was observed for two days before getting discharged. It was concluded that the extensive level of Covid-19 pneumonia that Marawa had could have turned out for the worst had he not received medical attention as soon as he did.

Marawa, who is doing much better, urged everyone who get diagnosed with Covid-19 to seek medical attention instead of isolating at home while the symptoms intensify. He went on to thank medical as well as essential workers for all the sacrifices they make. Marawa also thanked his family,close friends and fans who noticed his absence from radio. We wish him a speedy recovery.

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