Malaysian singer Afieq Shazwan can't hit high notes after Covid-19 recovery


Afieq Shazwan, who tested positive for coronavirus in February, says that he finds it hard to hit the high notes these days. Photo: Afieq Shazwan/Instagram

Malaysian singer Afieq Shazwan is feeling the after-effect of Covid-19 although he has fully recovered from the virus.

Afieq, who tested positive for coronavirus in February, said that he finds it hard to hit the high notes these days.

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