Baby Doll singer Kanika Kapoor has been tested positive for Coronavirus. She recently returned from the UK and even attended a party before testing positive. Almost after 10 days from her return, Kanika Kapoor tested positive for COVID-19. She has been admitted to hospital and big controversy has erupted as the singer has been blaming the medical authorities for not following the hygiene levels, while the doctors are accusing her of throwing starry tantrums. Amidst this, a report suggests that Kanika came in contact with almost 162 people before she tested positive.
As per the latest report in Times Of India, it has been stated that she came in contact with 162 people out of which 63 people have been tested negative for COVID-19. "Swab samples of these persons are being collected and sent for testing at designated labs," said the report. The party that was attended by Kanika also saw the presence of former Chief Minister Of Rajasthan Vasundhara Raje and her son. They have been tested negative.
Through a tweet, Vasundhara Raje informed, "After conducting a #Covid19 test, I’m happy to inform you that the results came back negative. However, as a preventive measure, my son and I will continue to be in isolation for 15 days." (Also Read: Kanika Kapoor Coronavirus Row: Sonam Kapoor Receives Flak For Supporting The Singer, ‘Advisories Were Already In Place’)
After conducting a #Covid19 test, I’m happy to inform you that the results came back negative. However, as a preventive measure, my son and I will continue to be in isolation for 15 days.— Vasundhara Raje (@VasundharaBJP) March 21, 2020
As the reports of Kanika Kapoor testing positive for Coronavirus hit the internet, the singer received a lot of backlash on social media for not following the advisory and staying quarantined despite coming from an area affected by Coronavirus.
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