Pink had an interview with Ellen DeGeneres a few weeks ago about her feelings when she was informed that she and her 3-year-old son were tested positive for COVID-19. However, today we are happy to know that both she and her son, Jameson, are healthy again.
1 week ago, the singer Pink surprised the world when she and her son were diagnosed positive for COVID-19. The whole family isolated and followed the instructions of the doctor at home. The final result that both Pink and her son were completely cured after 3 weeks from the date of detection of the son’s sign.
Earlier, in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Pink had very specific sharing about her symptoms and treatment. Pink said her son Jameson had the first expression. He began to have unusual fevers, dull aches from abdominal pain, headache, sore throat and diarrhea. A few days later, Pink also began to show symptoms such as fatigue and tiredness. She had to wake up in the middle of the night because she could not breathe. After that, the test showed that Pink and her son got COVID-19. The climax was when the son also started telling his mother about the pain and shortness of breath. At this point Pink started to worry and thought that it was necessary to go to the hospital: “This is the scariest thing I’ve ever experienced in life.”
The health condition of Pink and her son became better and better. Pink, though later on, had a sore throat – symptoms of the disease but the health condition gradually improved a lot. After that, both Pink and her son got negative results. In this interview, Pink raised the spirit: “We can all become superheroes just by staying home, washing our hands often and helping our elderly neighbors because they can’t go to the supermarket.”
Pink now shares more of her family’s life after COVID-19 infection. The “Just Give Me A Reason” singer posted many pictures of her family fun and full of optimism. Most recently, Pink also showed off a picture of Willow’s daughter climbing a wall with a picture of the past, partly showing her willingness to come back in the music industry.