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Troy Montero says family also contracted COVID-19

A day after confirming that he's COVID-19 positive, Troy Montero revealed that his family also contracted the virus.

 Troy Montero says family also contracted COVID-19-Leah Bueno
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01/19/2022 09:12 AM
 Troy Montero says family also contracted COVID-19
Photo credits to @troymontero on Instagram

Merely a day after confirming that he's COVID-19 positive, Troy Montero revealed that his partner Aubrey Miles and their kids Hunter and Rocket also contracted the virus. 

The actor-model shared the news in his most recent Instagram update, where he is seen reuniting with his family.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Troy Montero (@troymontero)


"Aubrey and the kids tested positive for COVID today so we’re all back together again. Not the reunion I was hoping for but it is what it is," he said.

According to Troy, Aubrey has been experiencing symptoms very similar to his, including dry cough, headache, body ache, slight fever and chills, and body fatigue.

Their two-year-old daughter Rocket, meanwhile, also has fever and dry cough, as well as diarrhea, while their 13-year-old son Hunter has hardly any signs or symptoms.

As for their eldest son, Troy said: "Maurie is still negative so he’s locked up inside his room. We’ll hope for the best."

READ: Troy Montero isolates from family after testing positive for COVID-19

"So lots of fluids, vitamins, supplements, paracetamol and Tempra when needed. Now that we’re all together, set the COVID clock to Day 1," he added.

In his post, the actor also thanked those who have shown concern and support for his family amid their COVID-19 ordeal.

"Thanks to everyone for all the kind words of support. We’ll need it more than ever in the coming days," he said. "Stay safe out there and please take care."

Currently, there are a total of 284,458 active cases of COVID-19 in the Philippines, 28,471 of which were recorded just this Tuesday, January 16.