Toni-Ann Singh’s father has rubbished rumours she has contracted the coronavirus.

Bradshaw Singh, the father of Miss World 2019 Toni-Ann Singh, has rubbished rumours she is in isolation for the coronavirus.

“She’s okay. There is a website that can be used to track her movements to see which countries she’s visiting next, so I don’t know why people don’t use that to see what she’s up to. We speak regularly and spend time together. I am telling you, she’s okay,” he told the Jamaica Observer.

On Wednesday a report claiming that Singh had contracted COVID-19. However, her father was quick to dispel the rumours saying she is currently in the United States with her mother.

Singh was expected to visit over 40 countries during her reign, but the global pandemic has created uncertainty.

“I don’t know the contingency plan. I don’t know if the organization has yet communicated anything to her,” he explained. He added that “I spoke with her today (yesterday) and she didn’t mention,” Singh said.

Before returning to the US, Toni-Ann recently visited Nepal to support 2018 Miss Nepal, Anushka Shrestham, with several projects. There are only 3 cases of COVID 19 confirmed in Nepal.

Toni-Ann was crowned the 69th Miss World last December, becoming the fourth Jamaican to win the title. Previous winners include Carole Joan Crawford in 1963, Cindy Breakspeare in 1976 and Lisa Hanna in 1993.