- Senator Ronald dela Rosa announced important information regarding the status of his health
- He revealed that he has already tested negative for the novel coronavirus disease
- The said politician and former PNP chief fought the dreadful virus for almost 3 weeks
- According to Dela Rosa, he plans to donate his blood plasma to other COVID-19 patients
Senator Ronald “Bato” dela Rosa recently announced to the public that he has already recovered from the novel coronavirus disease.
KAMI learned that the politician already tested negative for the virus on Friday, December 11. He fought the disease for almost 3 weeks.
The said information was shared by the former Philippine National Police (PNP) chief to ABS-CBN News through a text message.
“Negative na ako since last Friday. I can donate my convalescent plasma," he quipped.
The blood plasma contains antibodies that could treat other people who have also tested positive for the dreadful disease.
CNN Philippines also reported that the Senator stayed inside the hospital for nearly 2 weeks to make sure that he will be properly monitored.
Bato dela Rosa is one of the current Senators of the Republic of the Philippines. He won during the 2019 midterm elections, garnering more than 18 million votes.
He recently defended the appointment of General Debold Sinas as the new PNP Chief. He said that his fellow cop already has a proven track record.
The said politician also revealed that he idolizes Franklin Drilon when it comes to crafting laws. He said that he is still learning in becoming a better lawmaker.
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