According to Fox News, the 61-year-old pop queen made the announcement in her " quarantine diary " series on Instagram, which involves the Queen of Pop posting videos of herself in a dark room as she narrates out loud what she's typing on what seems to be a typewriter.
"Took a test the other day. I found out that I have the antibodies so tomorrow, I'm just going to go for a long drive in the car and I'm going to roll down the window and I'm going to breathe in, I'm going to breathe in the COVID-19 air," Madonna says aloud in the clip captioned "Quarantine Diary #14............"
Last month, the pop icon opened up about experiencing loss during the coronavirus pandemic. She had lost three of her friends in a span of only 24 hours, these included her cousin, her security guard's brother, and music executive Orlando Puerto.
“We can’t always have a good day … I didn’t sleep last night, not one minute and today I have been dysfunctional," she said at the time.
But "Here's the good news.
Tomorrow's another day and I'm going to wake up and I'm going to feel differently," Madonna added. "Start over again."
Madonna has been self-isolating in London. She is also joining Bill and Melinda Gates in working with their foundation to find a cure for COVID-19.
"I’m joining the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation effort to find a drug that will prevent or treat COVID-19. We need this to protect our health workers, the most vulnerable, and all of our friends and families," she wrote on her website.
The pop icon received serious retaliation over an eccentric bath tub video she shared, calling coronavirus the “great equalizer.”
“It’s the great equalizer and what’s terrible about it is what’s great about it,” she added.
“What’s terrible about it is that it has made us all equal in many ways and what’s wonderful about it is that it’s made us all equal in many ways … Like I used to say at the end of
‘Human Nature’ every night, we are all in the same boat. And if the ship goes down, we’re all going down together.”
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there is no evidence that suggests testing positive for coronavirus antibodies can provide actual immunity from becoming infected again. A positive test result shows that a person's antibodies likely resulted in "an infection of possibly a related coronavirus."
It’s aslo possible you might test positive for antibodies and you might not have or have ever had symptoms of COVID-19. This is known as having an asymptomatic infection.
Madonna wrote in a statement on her website. “I send enormous gratitude and strength to the courageous first responders, medical professionals and scientists who are protecting our communities, those suffering and our most vulnerable.”