Connie Sison in isolation after exposure to COVID-positive people | Lifestyle.INQ

OCTOBER 27, 2022

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TV host and news anchor Connie Sison spoke up about her isolation after she got exposed to COVID-positive people recently.

Sison narrated how her isolation went through her Instagram page today, Jan. 10, where she shared photos and a video while in solitude.

“Good Monday Morning!!! On self-isolation after my exposure with some Covid positive peeps. Not used to waking up alone but it’s what’s best to protect my family. I miss them terribly,” she said.

But Sison manages to find ways to still communicate with her kids, such as through apps.

“Buti nalang (It’s good) we can [Facetime] and I can write them sweet nothings outside the [guest room] door. I still tested NEGATIVE from Covid this morning and I pray it will remain that way,” she said.


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Isang post na ibinahagi ni Connie Sison (@connie_sison)

During isolation, Sison shared would start her day with a prayer then watching CCF service with Pastor Peter.

“I also started on this Netflix series, Manifest last night, drank my Lemon Salabat while re-reading some of my all time fave books by Oswald Chambers under our sunny patio, on my rocking chair with all my Vitamins in front of me — Very lolaish lol but yes!” she quipped.

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Sison also shared how her daughter Maxine is “anxious,” in another post.

“Says she wants me to come out na. Explained why I still can’t. She sent me the most wonderful drawing of our whole family together with all of our [four] doggos in it,” the mom said.


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Isang post na ibinahagi ni Connie Sison (@connie_sison)

For Sison, the virus gives one a hassle as “[COVID-19] disrupts love and life.”

“And while the virus is everywhere; so also is our Almighty God. Remember: Faith is looking on to Jesus, not our difficulties,” she said, asking people to “be strong in mind, body and soul.”

“Still Covid-Negative this morning,” she noted. “Isolating just to be sure until I reach my peak from time of exposure.” JB


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