Michael V – Update on His Condition Now After Testing Positive for COVID-19

Update on the Condition of Michael V Now Who’s Battling COVID-19

MICHAEL V – Also known as Bitoy, the Kapuso actor-comedian gave an update on his condition now after testing positive for COVID-19.

The COVID-19 spares no one that is why everyone is advised to be really extra careful now. The infection is spreading fast and more than 200 countries and territories now have confirmed cases of the disease.

In the Philippines, there is currently a total of 76,444 COVID-19 cases recorded. Out of the said number, the Department of Health (DOH) listed 1,879 deaths and 24,502 recoveries.

Several prominent personalities have contracted COVID-19. One of them is GMA-7 actor-director Michael V or also known in showbiz as “Bitoy”.


The Pepito Manaloto star has his own studio at home where he quarantines himself to protect his family and everyone in their household from getting infected by COVID-19.

He had slight fever and cough – both are symptoms of COVID-19 which is known to be characterized by signs similar to flu’s. During the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) in Luzon, he is one of those who continued to work in a home setting.

Recently, Michael V or “Bitoy” gave an update about his condition now after testing positive for COVID-19. According to him, he underwent an X-ray to check possibilities of pneumonia arising.

The Kapuso actor revealed that he decided to undergo an X-ray as he easily gets tired. The result of his X-ray showed the possibility of a root of pneumonia but there is no need for hospital confinement.

Michael V was sent home and was told to continue his medication at home. He continues his self-quarantine as well to protect the people around him from contracting COVID-19.

On his Instagram post, the actor-comedian expressed his gratitude to those who continue to pray for him and his family. He also reminded everyone to be extra careful and to stay clean to avoid the coronavirus disease.


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