Singer and Bigg Boss 8 fame Sushant Divgikr tested positive for COVID-19 about a month back. It was on March 17, 2021, that Sushant made a post on his Instagram and informed fans about his ill-health. The singer had mentioned in his post that he was not aware of how he had contracted the virus but explained that he had to head out to fulfil work commitments. Sushant also advised his fans to wear a mask. On Sunday, the singer made a new post on his Instagram.
Sushant Divgikr shared a health update as he is on his path to recovery. The BB 8 contestant revealed he has tested negative for COVID-19, not once, but twice. He wrote a long note, that read, “Heyyyy everyone, I tested negative for Covid twice. It was quite hectic and I must say, a trying time for me when I tested positive about a month ago. But now safe to say - I’ve kicked Covid where it hurts.” Sushant continued, “Please stay safe. Don’t worry if you test positive.” The singer added, “It’s literally everywhere just make sure you do your best to stay as safe as possible and be responsible.” Sushant then asked his fans and followers to get tested in case they have symptoms. He wrote, “If you show symptoms, please get checked.” In his post, Sushant asked everyone to not judge people who test positive. He requested his fans to be kind and compassionate. He added, “And if this pandemic didn’t teach you empathy and compassion for other humans, I feel very bad for you.” Divgikr concluded his post with, “On that note, Go corona go!”
Take a look at the post below:
Meanwhile, Sushant Divgikr also shared a picture of him with the post. In the picture, he wore black pants and a sexy top. The singer looked fabulous. And, he was dressed to impress. Also Read: Bigg Boss 8 Contestant Sushant Divgikr Struggles For A Gown, Photographer Amit Khanna Exposes Discrimination Against The LGBTQI Community
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