- A pregnant woman had to be tested for COVID-19 after having a miscarriage on April 25
- She was surprised upon learning that she tested positive for the dreadful virus
- The woman claimed that she did not go out of her house for almost two months
- However, she aired a theory about how she possibly contracted the coronavirus
A pregnant woman who said she did not go out of her house for nearly two months has recently tested positive for the novel coronavirus disease.
KAMI learned that the said person, whose name is Jaye dela Cruz Bekema, got tested for the said virus after having a miscarriage on April 25.
She revealed that she did not experience any symptoms of COVID-19 so she was really surprised upon knowing the result.
The woman quipped that whenever her husband goes to grocery stores, she makes sure that he follows sanitary standards to avoid contracting the virus.
Jaye also stated that she always disinfects the grocery items that come from the outside so she does not know exactly where she contracted COVID-19.
“Hindi ko inaasahan eh. Hindi ako lumabas ng bahay… Kapag umuuwi [yung husband ko], sinusunod naman yung mga protocols na naliligo siya, yung damit niya ay nakatabi, yung sapatos niya hindi pinapasok sa loob ng bahay,” she told GMA News.
“Siguro nga ay parang nakalusot. Siguro may isang spot ng grocery na hindi napunasan… It can be anything… Kung ako na nag-ingat at nasa bahay lang ay nalusutan ng COVID, ano pa kaya yung ibang kababayan natin na lumalabas,” she added.
Jaye was advised by her doctor to isolate herself for 14 days because she is considered as asymptomatic.
In a previous article by KAMI, the number of COVID-19 recoveries in the Philippines hit a record high on May 4.
The Philippines is one of the most COVID-affected countries in Southeast Asia. A total of 9,485 of its population are infected with the dreadful virus.
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