- Bea Alonzo shared on social media that she got tested for coronavirus disease 2019
- The actress is currently very active in helping frontliners and communities in need amid the pandemic
- She revealed the results on Instagram by posting a photo of the rapid antibody test kits she used
- Her followers then couldn’t help commenting on Bea’s update, especially those who thought that the test kits are pregnancy test sticks
Bea Alonzo, who is very active in helping frontliners and communities in need amid the pandemic, shared on social media that she got tested for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
The Kapamilya actress revealed the result on Instagram by posting a photo of the rapid antibody test kits she used that show negative results.
She also wrote in the caption, “The only “NEGATIVE” I need.”
Her followers who are delighted with her good news then commented on the post. Here are some:
“I’m positive that you are negative.”
“The only negative you'll congratulate. Hahahaha Congratulations!”
“God is good all the time.”
“The only negative WE ALL NEED.”
Other netizens also quipped that they gave Bea’s post a second look because the COVID-19 rapid test kits look like pregnancy test kits.
“Muntik na ako ma heart attack, kagigising ko lang! Kala ko pregnancy test!”
“Akala ko PT at first glance!! Gulat mo ko Bash!”
“Akala ko buntis na. yun pala iba. Natigilan ako bigla kaka scroll down.”
“Oh my gosh. Ung feeling na galing ako sa youtube npa nood ko kong paano na laman ni billy na buntis si coleen tapos pag bukas ko ng IG ito ma kita ko. Honestly, tumigil ung mundo ko. Akala ko kong ano na.”
“I've been deceived at first glance! Hahaha! Okay, may COVID na nakalagay.”
In a previous report by KAMI, Bea Alonzo shared a newfound hobby that makes her heart "happy".
Bea Alonzo is an acclaimed film and television actress in the Philippines. Her movies, especially with John Lloyd Cruz, became blockbuster hits. She recently introduced her charity drive called “I Am Hope” or healthcare workers and communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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