Johor crown prince says he tested positive for COVID-19, has since recovered

Johor crown prince says he tested positive for COVID-19, has since recovered

23/10/2021 6:21:00 PM

Johor crown prince says he tested positive for COVID-19, has since recovered

JOHOR BAHRU: Johor Crown Prince Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim said he had tested positive for COVID-19 and has since recovered after two weeks of \u0022down time\u0022. He revealed this on Friday (Oct 22) through a series of Instagram stories. In the first post, he uploaded a photograph\u0026

He revealed this on Friday (Oct 22) through a series of Instagram stories.In the first post, he uploaded a photograph of himself resting on a bed with a thumbs-up sign, with the caption “few days ago”.He later posted further stories with the captions:

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“Two weeks of Covid, and now ..."The Tiger is back!"He also wrote:"Few weeks of down time physically and psychologically. Thank you for the well wishes."Related:Johor crown prince summons state education director, teachers over COVID-19 vaccine rejections

Some netizens took the opportunity to express their well wishes to Tunku Ismail on his Instagram post.Instagram user kamlkaze_vlc wrote:"Wish TMJ good health constantly. Hope he is able to continue leading Johor and serve as an inspiration to the rest of the people." headtopics.com

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