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Selena Gomez reveals she has COVID but is 'OK'

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Selena Gomez has COVID.The Calm Down singer shared the news on her Instagram stories on Wednesday morning as she was seen laying on a sofa with a fur blanket over her as her dogs rested nearby.In her caption, the 30-year-old Wizards Of Waverly Place vet told her followers that they need to take COVID seriously because it is still out there.

Ill at home: Selena Gomez has COVID. The singer shared the news on her Instagram stories on Wednesday morning as she was seen laying on a sofa with a fur blanket over her as her dogs rested nearby'I'm not going to be on Fallon tonight,' her noted began.'I ended up getting covid but am resting and feeling ok.

A friendly reminder covid is still out there. Get updated on your boosters. I was actually scheduled to get mine this week. Love you all!' Gomez's health is a major priority as she has been battling Lupus.She was last seen last week in NYC.

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