Lucky Mbabazi Shares Her Covid 19 Experience

Popular media personality Lucky Mbabazi has come out to share her covid 19 experience with her social media followers.

The Capital FM presenter who has been absent from the the morning breakfast show she cohosts with Gaetano Kaggwa recently tested positive of the deadly covid 19 flu.

Lucky while speaking in a Facebook video expressed gratitude to those who had been constantly sending her messages to find out how she was doing.

“I want to send a big big thank you to everyone of you who has been sending messages asking me Lucky,how are you doing? How’s this covid whole thing treating you. It actually feels good that am regaining my sense of smell. I managed to smell my body soap a few days ago in along time. I also managed to eat chicken and feel it’s taste not just like sponge.” Lucky said in the video.

Lucky went ahead to share some of the tips she’s been using to beat the flu which she advised her followers to use too.

“The past couple of days I have been steaming although some doctors discourage it saying you gotta be careful when using it. I got a mint from a friend who says she got it from Zanzibar and it really does wonders. I’m still isolating because I wanna be clear that everything is ok before I start mixing with people.” The media personality narrated.

A teary Lucky talked could not hold back when she started speaking about her children and what she’s had to go through.

“When my kids come into the room am I isolating in, they have to wear masks and so do I. This is kind of hard not to be able to hug my children and sometimes to take care of them as a mother but I know the most important thing is their safety.” Lucky said.

Lucky also sympathised with those who have lost loved ones to the flu. She said herself of how she had lost a young brother and wouldn’t be able to bury him because of the prevailing covid 19 precautions.

She concluded by advising people to exercise a lot and also take lots of vitamins which boost the immunity in the fight against the disease.

Written by Aine Siggy

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