MGI 2020: Miss Grand Kenya and Nigeria test positive for COVID-19

Miss Grand International organization released an official announcement on Thursday, March 4 that two of the candidates who are currently on a 14-day quarantine in Bangkok have unfortunately been tested positive for COVID-19.

Following the standard regulations by the government and doctor’s advice, Miss Grand Kenya, Irene Ng’endo, and Miss Grand Nigeria, Chikaodili Nna-Udosen, were moved to Piyavate Hospital for further treatment.

The organization also informed that all related areas of the official accommodation, the Golden Tulip Sovereign Hotel, were sanitized and the rest of the candidates are all cleared from the infection as their test results came back negative.

On a lighter note, beauties from Indonesia (Aurra Kharishma), the Philippines (Samantha Bernardo), Myanmar (Hann May), Mexico (Angela Yuriar), and Ecuador (Sonia Luna) have earlier been confirmed as Top 5 pre-arrival fan favorites and won the opportunity to join a special meal with MGI president and founder, Nawat Itsaragrisil.

Stay tuned for more updates on the ongoing competition in Thailand or follow Miss Grand International on its official social media accounts.

Photo: Miss Grand International

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