The Kanika Kapoor Coronavirus controversy isn’t cooling down anytime soon. It was last week that the Babydoll singer was tested positive for COVID-19 after she returned from the UK. Further, Kanika was also slammed for her alleged irresponsible behaviour of hiding her travel history with the officials at the Lucknow airport and partying with hundreds of people. She, however, rubbished all such claims. Soon after her diagnosis, Kanika Kapoor was once again tested positive for the second time on Sunday night.
Now, if the online reports are anything to go by, the playback singer was once again tested for coronavirus on Tuesday night and the reports this time, too, were positive. Well, the singer was anyway getting bashed for taking two tests and wasting kits and now, it looks like she will be at the receiving end of flak this time as well. Meanwhile, Kanika Kapoor is taking her treatment at the Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS) in Lucknow.
As per Director Prof RK Dhiman of SGPGIMS, Kanika Kapoor’s treatment will continue until she tests negative twice for coronavirus in the future. In other news, Kanika was also bashed for throwing starry tantrums in front of all the doctors treating her.
Director Prof RK Dhiman revealed, “Facility provided to her is an isolated room with a toilet, patient-bed & a television. Ventilation of her room is air-conditioned with a separate Air Handling Unit for #COVID19 unit. Utmost care is being taken but she must first start behaving like a patient & not a star. Kanika Kapoor has been provided with the best that is possible in a hospital. She must co-operate as a patient and not throw tantrums of a star. She is being provided a Gluten-Free Diet from Hospital Kitchen. She has to co-operate with us.” (ALSO READ - Kanika Kapoor Coronavirus Controversy: 60 Guests With Whom Singer Partied Tested Negative)
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