King Tee Dee Gets Vaccinated

"It's for their own health do it for you"

By  | Jun 10, 2021, 02:56 PM 

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After cautioning fans to stay safe as the Covid-19 cases continue to increase in the country, King Tee Dee has decided to get vaccinated for the deadly virus.

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In a video he shared on his Instagram page, the musician can be seen getting his shot at the Lady Pohamba Private Hospital. He then creates awareness around the virus and weighs in his 2 cents on the vaccine saying "It's for their own health do it for you, let's be safe people are dying are dying let's take it seriously."

He captioned the video "Done and dusted and that means I am vaccinated against COVID-19. Be on the safe side,"

In a tweet this week, King Tee Dee voiced out his concerns to those who still believe that the deadly virus is not real. King Tee Dee encouraged them to change their perception of the virus not being deadly and said when it hits home and claim someone close to them then they will realize that the virus is dangerous.

"All this COVID-19 is a waste of time to you until one that is close to you dies or you experience it!! That will wake you up quickly!! Change,"

Lioness who is a medical doctor also warned her followers saying the hospitals are currently experiencing an influx of patients who are Covid-19 positive. "If you’re irresponsible and catch COVID I’m sorry for you but things won’t be so pretty! Hospitals are  FULL TO THE CAPACITY!!" she tweeted.

The presidency recently announced that the president Mr. Hage Geingob and The First Lady Monica Geingob, are self-isolating after testing positive for COVID-19.

"The presidency would like to inform the nation that president Hage G. Geingob and the First Lady, Madame Monica Geingob tested positive for Covid-19 yesterday evening 26 May 2021. The president and the First lady are in good spirits and self-isolating at their residence," shared the presidency.

The presidency shared that neither of them has been admitted to the hospital. "The President and the First Lady are in a stable condition and in good spirits. All precautionary measures are taken, and nor the President nor the First Lady have been admitted to the hospital." shared The Presidency.

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