Keely Price was tested positive for covid-19 and was isolated and taken care of by health professionals but because of not being active on social media and also she was not being seen anywhere people and news reporters thought she was missing but on Sunday night the great singer broke her silence and said that she is not missing and absolutely fine wherever she is. She also talked about the severity of her case saying that the doctors considered they lost her means that the doctors thought she was dead, but she woke up after few days; “At some point they lost me,” the GRAMMY nominee said. “I woke up some days later, a couple days later, and the first thing I remember is the team of doctors standing around me and asking me if I knew what year it was.”


Price said that she had COVID for a week before she was admitted to the hospital, nothing but her husband not only took great care of her but also he ended up testing positive for COVID. She said that the hospital needed beds so they sent me back home and she was seen by health professionals for four weeks. “People were definitely seeing me,” Price explained. “The people that could actually say something are not allowed to because of HIPPA [Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act which guards the privacy of patients] law.”


On Friday, Wayne Delk, Cobb County Police confirmed that the singer was not missing after being done with a check at her home. Price‚Äôs attorney, Monica Ewing later clarified that she was not missing and was safe. Price also explained that she was not in contact with anyone as she was completely focusing on her recovery. Later on Sunday night Price took to Instagram and posted a story in which she thanked her fans about their love they had given her and support and for their prayers as well. in her post she wrote; “Thank you for your love, concern and prayers,” she wrote. “Of you who sincerely did them. They are not lost on me. I promise. I’m going back into solace and silence Where I can put first things first and that is to be restored to be healthy and to be whole.”