It has been over a year since the nationwide lockdown was announced in India owing to the Coronavirus pandemic. We are still battling the pandemic, and of late, there has been a surge in the number of COVID-19 cases in India. Several celebrities such as Paresh Rawal, Kartik Aaryan, R Madhavan, Aamir Khan tested positive for Coronavirus in the last few days. Now, television actress Dalljiet Kaur has revealed that she also went through COVID-19 and had to be admitted to Lilavati Hospital, Mumbai.
Dalljiet took to her Instagram account to share a video from the hospital with the staff in PPE kits seen behind her. Dalljiet assured her fans that she is out of quarantine now, she urged people not to take it casually, and to understand the gravity of the situation. “Yes, I have not escaped COVID too. Went through it .. quarantined immediately and had to be admitted in Lilavati hospital.Was there for five days. While my sister flew down from delhi to take care of my son (who was negative n fit touch wood), I was being treated by the COVID WARRIORS,” she wrote.
She wrote that contracting Coronavirus was like waking up to her worst nightmare, but she was lucky that it was detected on the third day itself. She wrote about how paranoid she would get every time she caught a cold, and perhaps, it was the paranoia that saved her life. “The COVID testing wala guy literally said “mam aap humesha test kara lete ho jaldi isiliye jaldi aapki treatement ho gayi” “logon ko almost eight nine days ke baad pata chalta hai jab infection fael jaata hai andar” well, shayad being paranoid saved my life,” she wrote.
She ended the note by mentioning that she decided to write the note as it is Holi tomorrow. She urged people to stay indoors, and stay safe. ALSO READ: Milind Soman Is Shocked To Have Tested COVID-19 Positive; Says, ‘Difficult To Say How I Got Infected Or From Whom’
Image Source: Instagram/Dalljiet Kaur
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