Sunshine Cruz is currently isolated at home and is on her way to recovery.
On Instagram, Sunshine posted a photo of herself in bed in her pajamas and said,
"patience is definitely a virtue with the numbers 16/14. It is presumably Sunshine's personal marker, counting days she's spent in isolation vis-a-vis the number of days required to be in isolation.
Acknowledging that "being isolated in the comfort of my home" is already a blessing, Sunshine said, "I may not see the kids but hearing and chatting over the phone with them makes me look forward to seeing and hugging these princesses of mine once again."
Sunshine said she knows that she is on her way to recovery.
The actress didn't specify her health condition, but she mentioned symptoms of COVID-19.
"Headache, body pain is now more tolerable, cough is not as worse, my sense of taste and smell have improved. I thank God everyday for I am slowly getting better," she wrote.
Days ago, Sunshine shared a photo with her daughters and expressed how much she misses her daughters Angelina, Sam, and Chesca.
"I miss hugging and talking to my three girls. Amidst our struggles especially during this time of pandemic, I can’t thank the Lord enough," she wrote.
"My family’s situation is still much better than those that I have been hearing and seeing online," she added.
While "it is scary and I always worry for my family, loved ones and friends," Sunshine knows worrying will not bring any good. Instead, the actress has been leaning in on prayer as well as on the strength and support given to her by their loved ones.
More and more showbiz personalities have been testing positive for COVID-19. On Saturday, comedian K Brosas revealed she has recovered from COVID-19.
Other stars who said they also tested positive for COVID-19 include Glaiza de Castro, Rhian Ramos, Marco Alcaraz, Cherry Pie, and Gary V.'s wife Angeli Valenciano.
The Philippine health department on Sunday reported 11,681 new confirmed cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), bringing the total to 864,868.
According to Case Bulletin 393 of the Department of Health (DOH), total active cases are now at 146,519 to account for 16.9% of the total as of April 11, 2021. — Jannielyn Ann Bigtas/LA, GMA News