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Maxim Hartman, infected with corona, lashes out at Lange Frans

Maxim Hartman shares bad news on his Instagram. The 57-year-old presenter has been tested positive for the corona virus. He says that he is doing well under the circumstances and immediately grabs the opportunity to chase Lange Frans.

“Get well soon, that is not necessary,” Maxim begins his message. ‘It is going remarkably well. I had a headache and a mild fever for three days. ‘ But that now seems to be over. According to Maxim, he even feels ‘better than ever’.

‘No, still a bit tired physically’, he continues. “If I don’t make it, thank you very much.” Finally, he lashes out at Lange Frans, who regularly posts remarkable YouTube videos about the corona virus: ‘I probably contracted the virus by visiting the Lange Frans channel and other 5G crazy people. Dirty bastards, do you have your way? ‘ You don’t have to get well. That’s such a clincher. It is going remarkably well. Had a headache and mild fever for 3 days. Now? I FEEL GREAT! BETTER THAN EVER. No still a bit tired physically. And should I not make it, thank you very much and see you in the afterlife. Sincerely. šŸ¤ŖšŸ¦ probably i contracted covid-19 by visiting youtube channel of tall french and other 5 g crazy. Dirty bastards have you got your way?

A post shared by Maxim Hartman (@maximhartman) on Oct 20, 2020 at 7:10 am PDT

Maxim Hartman visited Olga Commandeur a while ago to do the necessary exercises together, you can see that below.

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