Patricia Abravanel’s husband reported recovery after contracting coronavirus
At the end of last week, Fabio used his social network to report that he recovered from the new coronavirus, which infected chef Erick Jacquin and his wife, Rosângela. “I just had all the exams and I was discharged. I am 100% cured. I thank everyone for their prayers and we are back to normal life,” said Patricia’s husband. Silvio Santos’ number four daughter did not contract Covid-19, nor did the couple’s children. As of this morning, the coronavirus had already infected more than 5,380 million people in the country – almost 157,000 of whom lost their lives and more than 4,817 million recovered. Brazil ranks third in the number of cases behind only the USA (8,600 million) and India (7,800 million). Worldwide, Covid-19 has already killed approximately 1,151 million people – 42,761 million have been infected and 28,827 million have recovered.
Patricia exhibited lean body in bikini photo during vacation
Currently away from the SBT studios – the production of “Topa ou Não Topa” was fired a few weeks ago – Cynthia’s sister, Silvia, Daniela, Rebeca and Renata traveled with her family to Rio Grande do Norte, her husband’s home state , with whom she married in 2017. When sharing photos of the trips through the capital of Rio Grande do Sul, Patricia drew attention in a crochet bikini for her lean body. “People and this wonderful shape with three children? Me who fights”, pointed out a follower of the heiress of the novelist author Iris Abravanel.
Silvio attended the consecration of his grandson Senor in a US church
Father of six, grandfather of 13 and great-grandfather of four, the communicator visited an evangelical church in the USA to honor the act of consecration of Senor. “I am very happy to see you looking at me with wide eyes. It was not in my tourist schedule to visit the church. Although I do not visit evangelical churches, I read a lot about the Old Testament,” he said, addressing the others present. presenter who turns 90 on December 12.
(by Gulherme Guidorizzi)