Madonna claims she has an­ti­bod­ies and is go­ing to ‘breathe in the COVID-19 air’

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Sacra­mento: Madonna has said she plans to “breathe in the COVID-19 air” af­ter claim­ing she has coro­n­avirus an­ti­bod­ies.

The 61-year-old made the state­ment in a video on her In­sta­gram ac­count on which she has been post­ing up­dates called her “Quar­an­tine Di­aries”.

“I took a test the other day. I found out I have the an­ti­bod­ies, so I’m just go­ing to go for a long drive in the car. I’m go­ing to roll down the win­dow, I’m go­ing to roll down the win­dow and breathe in the COVID-19 air,” she said. The World Health Or­gan­i­sa­tion has is­sued warn­ings about an­ti­body tests, adding there is “no ev­i­dence that peo­ple who have re­cov­ered from COVID-19 and have an­ti­bod­ies are pro­tected from a se­cond in­fec­tion”. Madonna has been on lock­down at her home in Cal­i­for­nia and has been post­ing videos of her­self and her chil­dren on so­cial me­dia.

In this lat­est video she sits in a can­dlelit room and uses a type­writer to write the di­ary en­try.

She talks philo­soph­i­cally about be­ing un­will­ing to fight with the peo­ple she is in quar­an­tine with and the point­less­ness of try­ing to be right or win peo­ple’s favour. She then re­veals that she be­lieves she has im­mu­nity to coro­n­avirus.

It is not known if the Queen of Pop has had any symp­toms, but it has not yet been proven if hav­ing the an­ti­bod­ies in your blood­stream would give you pro­tec­tion against con­tract­ing the dis­ease again.


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