COVID-19 continues to soar across India, and there has been a rapid increase in the number of COVID cases in the last few weeks. Yesterday, Bigg Boss 14 contestant Arshi Khan informed fans that she has tested positive for COVID-19. She was recently spotted at the Mumbai airport, and Arshi wrote in her post that she received COVID test reports from airport authorities, which revealed that she has contracted Coronavirus. Now, in a recent interview, Arshi said that her mother has been really worried and has been asking her to come back home to Bhopal.
Arshi bought a new house in Mumbai and has been staying alone here. While speaking with ETimes, she said that she is still figuring out how to manage everything alone. She said that she will be informing her househelp about this, and will ask her not to come for work until Arshi completely recovers from Coronavirus. Further talking about her mom being really worried, she said, “My mom is crying and asking me to come home in Bhopal so she can take care of me. But I told her that's not possible. can't risk my family's health, so I won't be going there for a while now."
In her post, informing fans about her COVID-19 diagnosis, Arshi Khan wrote, “I just received by COVID test reports from the airport authorities which was done a day before 19th April and I have just tested positive for COVID. I am also experiencing mild symptoms since yesterday. All those who have been in contact with me recently please follow all safety protocols and stay safe. Allah bless you all.”
Meanwhile, a few days ago, Arshi Khan’s video from the airport had gone viral. A fan was seen asking her for a selfie, and he later took her hand and kissed it, leaving Arshi baffled. ALSO READ: Bigg Boss 14’s Arshi Khan Taken Aback After A Fan Suddenly Kisses Her Hand Without Consent At Mumbai Airport- VIDEO
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