Wally Bayola admits having COVID-19, "Nagpabaya ako"

Wally Bayola admits having COVID-19, "Nagpabaya ako"

- Eat Bulaga host Wally Bayola revealed during an episode that he had bout with COVID-19

- He said that the reason why he contracted the virus was that he became complacent with certain health protocols

- He said that he became relaxed and "believed" social media that there is no COVID

- He also narrated that there was a time that he would just lie down without changing clothes or even take a shower when he would come home from work

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Wally Bayola admitted that he had COVID-19 and that he recalled his ordeal with the disease.

That was the time that he started to really care about his health, making sure that he would exercise and eat healthy food.

He revealed that he got relaxed and was no longer that careful when it comes to his health.

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Wally Bayola admits having COVID-19, "Nagpabaya ako"
Photo: Wally Bayola (@walterjamesbayola)
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"Na-relax ako. Hindi ako nag-iingat...naging mentalidad ko na walang COVID," said Bayola during the "Bawal Judgmental' segment of Eat Bulaga on Saturday.

He also narrated that he did not think that he would be testing positive for the virus and even ate with his cohost Paolo Ballesteros.

However, during a taping, he already lost his voice and even admitted that he fainted when he found out.

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Many celebrities have also dealt with the dreaded disease. Alex Gonzaga, Sylvia Sanchez, Donita Nose, and many others are just among the few celebrities who contracted COVID-19.

The COVID-19 outbreak started out in Wuhan, Hubei Province of China. Scientists believed that the virus came from an animal at one of Wuhan's wet markets. The Philippines has slowly eased quarantine measures and Filipinos are starting to adapt to the new normal.

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Doctors have died after being infected by COVID-19. They are among the frontliners who attend to the patients rushing to hospitals amid pandemic. Numbers have been increasing.

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