CDO Candidate Vincy Vacalares Quits Miss Universe PH
After Testing Positive for COVID-19
The Cagayan de Oro candidate Vincy Vacalares tests positive for the coronavirus disease and decided to quit Miss Universe Philippines.
On Friday (October 16, 2020), Vincy Vacalares announced on her Facebook account that she would quit Miss Universe Philippines 2020 after she tested positive for COVID-19. She and her team strictly obeys the health protocols.
The aspiring beauty queen that she is following the quarantine guidelines but the contagious virus still hits her. She also urged that people who have a close contact with her to contact the City Health Officers.
The beauty candidate also revealed that she was confined at a hospital in Manila and in good condition. She apologized for the incident and encourage the public to stay safe and healthy amid the health crises.
Vacalarez also thanked MUPh team for helping her despite her illness. She also expressed her gratitude towards her family, friends, and supporters for constantly checking her.
Here is the full post:
“With a heavy heart, allow me to break the news to all of you that I tested positive for Covid-19 last October 14. This means that I will not be able to continue with my journey to the Miss Universe Philippines crown this year. ✨👑🌎
My team and I did all our best to strictly follow all the health and safety protocols, but still the virus hit me. To those I had in close contact with, please inform the City Health Officers so they can also check on your state. I pray that you are safe from the virus.
I am currently confined in a hospital here in Manila and rest assured, I am in good hands. 👌🏼
I sincerely apologize for what happened. Please be always on the lookout for your health and safety.
Finally, I would like to thank the MUPh team who never hesitated to aid me: Tito Albert Andrada, Mama J, Sir Angel, Sir Pau, Sir Jory, and to those that I failed to mention. Thank you also to my family, to Ms Mags Cue, and to my #TeamAmegaBeauties family for constantly checking on me. To all my friends, colleagues, students, parents, and supporters, I am forever grateful for your love and support in this endeavor. Thank you so much. I love you all. ❤️
Once again, I am deeply sorry for whatever I have caused you. Please don’t forget to include me in your prayers.
Daghang salamat! Stay safe mga higala! 🙏🏼”
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