Oskido’s son is out of self-isolation after returning from Spain

Oskido. (Photo:Getty Images/Gallo Images)
Oskido. (Photo:Getty Images/Gallo Images)

Veteran DJ and music producer Oskido could not be more relieved. His son, Junero Mdlongwa, is finally out of the 14-day self-isolation Covid-19 period,  with no sign of the virus.

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Junero, who studies and plays football in Spain, returned home last month as the deadly virus was spreading across the world. 

Europe is one of the most-affected continents right now.

According to Business Day, Spain has most the Covid-19 deaths in Europe, but the trend is slowing down.

There are currently more than 131 646 confirmed cases, of which about 34 219 have recovered and the total death toll now stands at nearly 12 641, in Spain.

Oskido took to Instagram to share how relieved he is that Junero is now out of self-isolation and is not showing any signs of the virus.

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“On his return home he went into a 14days self-isolation as per World Health Organization recommendations. Today it’s day 15 and he is healthy [sic],” Oskido wrote.

“Today is day 15 and he is healthy. This war is real and far from over.”

In the video, we can hear the proud father asking how his son is feeling, to which Junero responded:, “I feel very good, Dad, everything is good, no fever, nothing and happy to be back home.”

And when Oskido asked him what advice he has for South Africans, as this pandemic is a serious matter, Junero said, “Hlalani endlini, nithandaze [Stay indoors and pray].”

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