Host of the Televisa program Hoy fights for her life

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Host of the Televisa program Hoy fights for her life
  • Host of the Televisa program Hoy fights for her life.
  • Jenny García, who was previously on TV Azteca’s Venga la Alegría, contracted the coronavirus along with her baby.
  • “I am very sad and desperate, praying a lot and asking God for her safety,” said Fernando Moreno, partner of the also choreographer.

The bad streak continues. Just a few days after Galilea Montijo revealed the consequences of the coronavirus in her life, another host of the Televisa program Hoy, Jenny García, fights for her life after contracting Covid-19 along with her baby.

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According to information from TV Notas, the also choreographer, who previously worked in TV Azteca’s Venga la Alegría, shared through her Instagram stories that she feared for the well-being of her baby more than hers.

Jenny García, host of the Televisa program Hoy, suffered from strong symptoms of the coronavirus

Jenny García, host of the Televisa program Hoy, suffered from strong symptoms of the coronavirus
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The presenter of Hoy de Televisa said on that occasion that she suffered from strong symptoms derived from her contagion of the coronavirus, while her baby, named Luca and just two months old, also suffered the ravages of this disease.

“I am very sad and desperate, praying a lot and asking God not to get into a more delicate situation. As time went by, we could not stop our baby crying and, at the same time, Jenny began to feel very tired, so we were alarmed, we went immediately, they did a PCR and sadly they both came out positive, this is! a nightmare! ”, expressed Fernando Moreno, Jenny García’s partner.

“Jenny is the one who is worse”

"Jenny is the worst"
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In this same interview for TV Notes, Fernando Moreno revealed that Jenny García was the one who was worse, since she had been attacked very hard by the coronavirus: “She is exhausted, I really see her very sick, and increase her that she has to breastfeed Luca , It feels worse! ”.

“Until now, no (hospitalize the host of Hoy de Televisa), we are only constantly monitoring, but if it continues to get worse, we must attend to the doctor’s instructions; however, I am praying a lot that we do not have to intern her, “he concluded.

Apparently, the host of Hoy de Televisa has already passed the worst

Apparently, the host of Hoy de Televisa has already passed the worst
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Through her Instagram stories, Jenny García has kept her followers informed of her state of health: “Good morning, I woke up and better. Mom just hurts her body and throat a little, we are already happier and more spirited, because we are reading them and their good vibes. Thank you all for caring. ”

In another video, the host of Hoy de Televisa said: “Beautiful people, because today we feel a little better. We still have a bad throat a little, but we no longer have body aches, there is no doubt that there is a phrase that says that in prison and in illness you meet friends and I have noticed many people that I did not think that they were my friends, of people I didn’t think was worth so much to them ”.

Heart stroke? Galilea Montijo, about to die from the consequences of the coronavirus?

Heart stroke? Galilea Montijo, about to die from the consequences of the coronavirus?
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It has not been the best year for the host of the Hoy de Televisa program, Galilea Montijo, because in addition to the death of her father and other loved ones, her two coronavirus infections left her several sequels, so the doubt arose if she was just about to die.

In the broadcast of the Hoy program on Friday, September 17, available on his YouTube channel, “Gali”, he shared with his colleagues, after presenting a note in which the host Monserrat Oliver said the damage left by the Covid -19, what no one would have imagined.

“The heart stroke and peritonitis left me”: Galilea Montijo, host of Hoy de Televisa

"He left me the heart stroke and peritonitis": Galilea Montijo, host of Hoy de Televisa
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“I have listened to several people who say, especially the loss of memory, after the Covid, there are many sequelae, the heart stroke and peritonitis left me. There are many people who have affected them, ”said Galilea Montijo.

Before the attentive gaze of her colleagues, the television presenter also shared that her cardiologist told her that after several months of being infected, some inflammations appear, so you have to take your pressure frequently.

He was infected twice with coronavirus

He was infected twice with coronavirus
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As if that were not enough, Galilea Montijo revealed that she is hypertensive, although that condition is her mother’s ‘fault’: “Please check if you feel strange,” he said, to which Andrea Legarreta recommended to the public not to miss the opportunity to get vaccinated.

Later, the host of the Televisa program Hoy clarified that one of the sequelae left by this terrible disease was pericarditis (inflammation and irritation of the thin sac-like membrane that surrounds the heart) and not peritonitis.

“The tube never left anything good”

"The tube never left anything good"
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On previous occasions, Galilea Montijo has been singled out for his past, they have even told him in a derogatory way that he was dedicated to table dance, something that he has strongly denied, but as a result of the fact that he confessed that he has consequences from the coronavirus, one person commented: “Now he blames the Covid, the tube never leaves anything good.”

“La Galilea does not talk about her comadre La Inés (Gómez Mont)”, “How strange that celebrities have the strangest consequences of the Covid, is it to attract attention?” that the sequel was something else ”, you can read in some comments (TO SEE THE VIDEO CLICK HERE).

“In life I have screwed up several times”: Galilea Montijo

"In life I have screwed up several times": Galilea Montijo
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A little less than a month ago, Galilea Montijo returned to the Hoy program after his trip to the United States and showed that he screwed up. “Gali” came to the forum with a broken left foot after his teammates helped him take a few steps and get to sit up.

“In my life I have screwed up several times, but this time I did break. I flew down some stairs to come gossiping. I flew like a meter, boys, but here I am with all my love. ” The tapatia added that, due to the impact, he could no longer move his limb because the metatarsal was broken, although it was not something that serious, according to the doctors he only has to take care of the stability of his foot for a few weeks.

Son of Galilea Montijo makes his first dive

Son of Galilea Montijo makes his first dive
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“Peeeeroooo I do not know whether to be more proud that I was extreme like my father or to faint and thank you for taking care of the whole group of divers from #laquebreda #acapulco”, reads at the bottom of the photograph that the host Galilea shared with her fans Montijo.

And it is that Mateo Reina Montijo surprised his family in the first days of this month by doing his first dive in La Quebrada in Acapulco, Guerrero, thus surprising his family and his parents’ followers on social networks.

“Gali’s” father dies

The father of "Gali"
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According to information provided by the TV Notes portal, the 48-year-old driver paid more than a million pesos, that is, more than 50 thousand dollars, to pay for medical expenses, as well as the funeral. The latter was revealed by a friend from Galilee, where she even commented that her father wanted to see her, but she did not accept.

“These amounted to more than a million pesos, this because they took his father to a private hospital. I repeat, Galilea wanted, for his mother, his father to get well, and to be saved, but God had other plans, “said the source close to Galilea for the magazine TV Notes.

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