COVID-19 Positive Aditya Narayan On Way To Recovery; Says, 'I’m Back Home And Better But The Virus Has Left My Wife Very Weak' - EXCLUSIVE

Singer-entertainer Aditya Narayan is back home after being hospitalized for Covid-19.

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COVID-19 Positive Aditya Narayan On Way To Recovery; Says, 'I’m Back Home And Better But The Virus Has Left My Wife Very Weak' - EXCLUSIVE
Singer-entertainer Aditya Narayan is back home after  being hospitalized for Covid19.

“I am feeling much better. My wife is also much better, though  the virus has left her weak,” says Aditya as he prepares to  return to Indian  Idol as the host this weekend, unsure of what the future holds.

His advice to his fans? “STAY HOME….It’s the only way you  can avoid the virus. I was as careful as humanly possible. I  did the mask, sanitizer everything. I didn’t step out to go anywhere except  for my shootings, to go to the gym and to visit my parents. In fact I had changed my gym time to 6 am instead of the evening to avoid crowds. I still got the virus. So  basically, one can’t be too careful.”

Aditya is still in quarantine,  still to get himself tested to ascertain if he is Covid Negative. “It’s now  18 days since I was detected  Covid positive. So I’ll be tested  on Monday when it would be 3 weeks.”

When told he was  much missed on Indian Idol Aditya replies, “That’s good to hear. I also miss being part of the show and can’t wait to return.”

In his absence Rekha came visiting  to Indian Idol.

Says Aditya, “Rekhaji is EPIC . She is a memorable  experience.”

In the meanwhile Aditya is still trying to convince his father Udit Narayan to take the vaccine. “We are on a family video call trying to convince dad . I  don’t want to imagine my grandmother and my parents going through what  I have specially  during the first  5-6 days after getting the virus.”

Image source: Instagram/Aditya Narayan
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