Pink opened up about her struggles with her health in her latest social media post while speaking up for her fans
pink opened up to fans on her social media with her latest post about her struggles with her health and is using it to raise awareness.
The singer teamed up with Pfizer and shared a video clip talking about the need for vaccination, while also being aware of the implications.
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She candidly wrote: “I’ve had asthma my whole life. Did you know that this puts me at high risk for severe #COVID19?
“Unfortunately, I wasn’t aware of this when I first contracted COVID-19, so it’s very important to me that everyone knows what risk factors can also put them at high risk.
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“That’s why I want to help people learn about Plan Go in relation to COVID-19. That means… knowing your risk of severe COVID-19 disease. PLAN what to do if COVID-19 strikes Treatment options if you are at high risk and have tested positive.”
She continued to urge her followers to be aware of the facts, with many sending out a wave of love and praise in the comments section.
Pink spoke about the impact of COVID on her health
“Thanks for raising awareness,” one commented, while another said, “This nurse says thank you!” and a few heart emojis shared.
the so what The singer and her son Jameson tested positive for COVID back in 2020 and mentioned in 2021 that the symptoms were so intense she thought she was dying.
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“This is going to sound crazy, but we had COVID last year, very early March, and it was really bad and I rewrote my will… You know, to the point I thought it was over for us,” said them to Mark Wright heart radio.
She even confessed to calling her best friend to cover her basics as they were leaving husband Carey Hart and daughter Willow behind.
The singer and her son contracted the virus back in April 2020
“I said, ‘You just have to tell Willow how much I loved her,'” she said. “It was really, really scary and really bad.”
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