We are facing the second wave of Coronavirus, and the number of positive cases across the country has been on the rise. Recently, many celebrities such as Sameera Reddy, Arjun Rampal, Sandeep Soparrkar and others contracted the virus, and they took to their social media to inform fans about the same. On April 17, ace fashion designer Manish Malhotra also informed his fans that he tested positive for Coronavirus. Now, a week later, Manish Malhotra has completely recovered, and he said that being vaccinated helped him recover faster.
Manish Malhotra took to his Instagram account to post a selfie of himself after recovering. He can be seen with a face mask on in the selfie. In his caption, he wrote that he has tested negative for Coronavirus twice now, and he expressed his gratefulness to all those who wished and prayed for his speedy recovery. He also revealed that he was vaccinated before, and that helped him recover faster. He added the importance of vaccination and urged people to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
“Tested COVID NEGATIVE twice... Gratitude to all your wishes and prayers . Being vaccinated has helped me get well faster.Vaccination is a must everyone Stay Safe #covidnegative #vaccination #mask #safety #health,” wrote Manish Malhotra. Take a look at his post below.
Meanwhile, recently Arjun Rampal also informed his fans about his recovery. He also shared that he recovered faster as he had taken the first shot of vaccine. “My prayers for people suffering and families for their losses. Feel truly blessed to have tested negative twice now. The main reason I recovered so fast, I am told by doctors is because I took the first dose of the vaccine. I urge everyone to get vaccinated as soon as they can,” he wrote. ALSO READ: Kangana Ranaut Reacts To Sonu Sood Testing Negative For Coronavirus; States He Should Encourage People To Take India-Made Vaccine
Image Source: Instagram/Manish Malhotra
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