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Michelle McManus tests positive for Covid while pregnant with second child

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Scottish singer Michelle McManus told fans on social media that she had tested positive for Covid-19 this morning. The 41-year-old singer is pregnant with her second child as she posted on Instagram this morning sharing a photo of her positive lateral flow test.

She captioned the post: "Not quite the Christmas present I was hoping for but thankfully me & bump are now feeling a bit better."So very grateful that I had been double vaccinated. "Thank you to our incredible @nhsggc & all those responsible for the brilliant vaccine roll out across Scotland #covid#covidpositive#pregnancy#vaccination." Fans rushed to the comments to share their well wishes with the singer.One commented: "So glad you are feeling better.

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