In recent times, Arjun Kapoor, Malaika Arora, Genelia D'Souza, Himansh Kohli and more were tested positive for Coronavirus. They all took to their social media handles and informed their fans about their positive tests where some were asymptomatic while some were detected with mild symptoms. Nevertheless, the latest news that we came to know is that rapper Raftaar is tested positive for COVID-19 as well. The Dhaakad singer took to his Instagram stories and shared a video where he is heard informing his fans and followers about being tested. However, in the video, he was heard saying that before heading to shoot a TV Show, he had to undergo COVID tests, in the first two tests, he was detected with the deadly virus but he will take another test as he thinks there must be some technical error. He said he is fit and fine and doesn’t see any traits and symptoms.
Even though he doubts the results of his tests, BMC has instructed him to stay in isolation and he is doing so now. He said, "Hi everybody, I wanted to share a quick update with you. I had to go to shoot, for that I had to undergo COVID tests. In the first two tests, I tested negative. But my today’s tests came out positive. The BMC has instructed me to stay in isolation, so I have isolated myself at home. I am waiting to be tested again because I feel there’s some technical error because I am just fit and fine, I am not feeling unwell. I don’t think I have the disease because I don’t see any symptoms or traits."
He then said that he will keep everyone posted about his health and asked his fans not to worry. "But it's my duty to isolate myself and I assure you all that I am fit and fine. Please don’t worry, I will keep you updated regarding my health. I have already started getting calls. Don’t worry, I will take care of myself and all of you please take care," he concluded.
Image source: Instagram/ raftaarmusic
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