Pink Criticizes The US For Not Providing Enough Tests After She And Son, 3, Were Diagnosed With COVID-19 - Warns That ‘The Illness Is Serious And Real!’
As fans probably know, singer Pink as well as her 3 year old son, Jameson, have both tested positive for the coronavirus and now, the star is opening up about it while also slamming the current situation in the country which does not allow everyone to get a test. Here’s what Pink had to say!
Pink was confirmed to have the virus after she displayed symptoms and was lucky enough to get a couple of tests for her and her family.
As it turns out, she and her 3 year old son did get infected and now that she’s experienced it, Pink is making it very clear that COVID-19 is very ‘serious and real’ and should be treated as such.
The star took to her platform on Instagram to write a lengthy message that reads: ‘Two weeks ago my 3-year old son, Jameson, and I are were showing symptoms of the COVID-19. Fortunately, our primary physician had access to tests and I tested positive. My family was sheltering at home and we continued to do so for the last 2 weeks following the instruction of our doctor.’
As you know, the singer and her hubby, Carey Hart are also the parents of daughter Willow Sage, 8.
While the diagnosis sounds really scary, especially when it comes to her child, in the meantime, they have both recovered according to the mother of two.
She mentioned that only a few days prior to the post, they were able to get tested again and the result was negative.
But that was not all! Pink, who has criticized Donald Trump before, wanted to also use her voice and criticize the current situation in the county.
She wrote that ‘It is an absolute travesty and failure of our government not to make testing widely accessible. This illness is serious and real. People really need to know that it affects the young and the old, healthy and unhealthy, the rich and the poor, and we must make testing free and much more widely accessible to protect our kids, our families, our friends and our communities.’