Quinton Jones, Netha Makhosini Jones​ and Minnie Dlamini-Jones. Picture: Instagram
Quinton Jones, Netha Makhosini Jones​ and Minnie Dlamini-Jones. Picture: Instagram

Minnie Dlamini-Jones asks fans to keep her family in prayer

By Alyssia Birjalal Time of article published Jun 29, 2021

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Media personality, Minnie Dlamini-Jones has called upon her friends, fans and followers to prayer for her and her family.

In a rather serious Insta story posted by Dlamini-Jones she wrote: “My Family and I are currently out of commission...COVID is real and this wave is HECTIC!!! Stay safe and keep us in your prayers!!!”.

The “Homeground” presenter did not specifically admit to having the virus, however judging from the post, it might be the case.

Picture: Minnie Dlamini-Jones Instagram Stories

South Africa’s Covid-19 third wave has been gaining momentum over the past few weeks. The country has been put on alert level 4 with adjusted regulations due to the worrying increase in the numbers of Covid-19 infections.

About a week ago Dlamini-Jones shared on Twitter that she knows too many people who have died from the virus and asked tweeps to look after themselves.

The tweet read: "Please look after yourselves, in the passed two weeks the amount of people I know who have passed away is too much“.

Fans thanked Dlamini-Jones for the message and shared their stories of loved ones passing away, too.

“I lost 3 family members in a period of 2 weeks due to Covid. Other members are still on quarantine. Funerals are truly super spreader,” said @JacquieTK

“Iyooh, it's scary out there. I was in hospital yesterday and today as well for covid 19 test and the ques are so long it looks so scary out there. Let us continue to wear masks, sanitize and follow the protocols too. This Covid-19 is real people,” said @diks_macdum.

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