Actor Rubina Dilaik tested positive for COVID-19 on May 1 and since then, she has been under home quarantine at her hometown, Shimla. As she is on her way to recovery, she shared a vlog on YouTube, showing her recovery journey to her fans. The video shows the time when she was tested positive till the current time. At the start of the video, Rubina could be seen taking the rapid antigen test where she tested positive. Her instant response was quite cheerful and then said that after a month she will donate plasma while also announcing that she will be under quarantine for the next 17 days.
The Bigg Boss 14 winner also spoke about her symptoms and shared details of how one must protect oneself and others amid this ongoing pandemic, she said, “I am here. If you are also going through Covid, let us fight and come out together.” The video also gives glimpses of how her house is being sanitised and how her sister Jyotika and mother are giving her food and other supplies from a distance. In one sequence, we see got see an emotional Rubina who broke down while thanking her family, husband and fans.
The Shakti actor said in a tearful voice, “I was thinking of sharing this with you all for a long time. I am extremely blessed, I would say, that I have an amazing family, a loving and caring husband, totally loving and supporting parents. My sisters are amazing, I am extremely grateful. Of course, my fans, I have been reading the wishes.” She urged her fans to keep praying for everyone who is suffering and to inform her if she could help in any possible way.
Later, the video shows how she is doing fine and meeting her family members. We also get to see enjoying food and sleep on repeat. ALSO READ: COVID-19 Positive Rubina Dilaik And Sister Jyotika Are On Their Way To Recovery; Gives A Glimpse Of Their Quarantining And Healing Process In Shimla
Image source: Instagram/ rubinadilaik
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