Phi Nhung has Covid-19

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CITY OF HO CHI MINH Singer Phi Nhung has Covid-19 and is currently being treated at Cho Ray Hospital.

Mrs. Diem Pham, Phi Nhung’s representative, stated on the morning of August 27: “Phi Nhung got a cold after returning from charity work more than two weeks ago. She suspected she was infected with the virus and went to the hospital to be tested. The PCR test revealed that she was infected with nCoV. Everyone should pray for Phi Nhung to get through this difficult time.”

Nguyen Vu, a singer, said that when he called this morning to inquire about Phi Nhung’s health, her family informed him that she was being isolated and treated in the Intensive Care Unit, requiring high-dose oxygen. The singer’s family is currently confined to their home.

Prior to becoming ill, the singer was involved in a number of charitable activities, including assisting in the preparation of meals for front-line doctors at the temple.

Phi Nhung was born in Gia Lai in 1970. After a long period of settling in the United States, the singer returned home to sing and conduct business in 2005. She adopted many orphans and orphans, including The Voice Kids 2016 champion Ho Van Cuong, who was sponsored to study until the age of 18. Wendy Pham, her biological daughter, is a nurse in the United States.

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