"TV Patrol" anchor Bernadette Sembrano can finally rest the stool she had outside her door after completing her COVID-19 quarantine.
Bernadette previously tested positive for the fatal virus during the height of the COVID resurgence.
"Today, May 1 we officially survived Covid . Resting the stool outside my door . Thanks for all the love that you sent over," she said on Instagram.
"Continue to pray for each and every person afraid, afflicted by fear, illness, and those in a black hole because of losing a loved one," Bernadette added.
Bernadette reminded the public to always follow the minimum health protocols, like wearing of masks even indoors.
The news anchor also urged everyone to get vaccinated whenever there's a chance because that's one way to protect their loved one from COVID-19.
"It’s ok to be afraid but remember MERON KAYONG MAGAGAWA to protect yourself and your loved ones. Hindi po kayo nag-iisa," she said.
Meanwhile, Bernadette's friends and fellow Kapamilyas took to the comments section to welcome her good news.
"Thank you Lord! Stay safe always @bsaguinaldo ❤️❤️❤️," said Amy Perez.
"👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 so happy for you Bernadette!!!" wrote fellow Kapamilya news anchor Karen Davila.
"This is great news! Take care Ate B! 🙏" said Nina Corpuz.
With this development, Bernadette may come back to "TV Patrol" soon, along with fellow anchors Henry Omaga-Diaz and Noli de Castro.
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