Sumeet Vyas Recovers From COVID-19; Enjoys A Beautiful Sunset And Says ‘Thank God The Sunset Is Still Where I Left It’

Sumeet Vyas, who had tested positive for Coronavirus a few days ago, has now recovered. Post recovery, he shared a few snaps on social media, thankful for the gorgeous sunset. Take a look!

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Sumeet Vyas Recovers From COVID-19; Enjoys A Beautiful Sunset And Says ‘Thank God The Sunset Is Still Where I Left It’
The second wave of Coronavirus has hit India, and the number of Coronavirus cases in the country has been rapidly increasing. In the last few weeks, several celebrities tested positive for Coronavirus. Sumeet Vyas was also among those, and he informed his fans on April 16, through a social media post that he had been diagnosed with COVID-19. He shared that was under home quarantine, and was taking all the necessary medications prescribed by his doctors. Now, about two weeks later, Sumeet Vyas has completely recovered from Coronavirus.

Today, Sumeet Vyas took to his Instagram account to share some snaps, and inform his fans that he has now tested negative for COVID-19. He wrote that his quarantine period has now ended, and was thankful for the gorgeous sunset. Sumeet first shared a selfie of him at the beach with the beautiful sunset in the background. In the picture, he could be seen with his mask dangling on his chin, and he wrote in his caption that the mask only came down for the few seconds that he clicked the selfie. The other two pictures capture the sunset.

The caption read, “#negative End of quarantine. Thank God the #Sunset is still where I left it... (Mask came down for 3seconds).” Take a look at the post below:

Sumeet Vyas was last seen in the web series 1962: The War In the Hills, which was directed by Mahesh Manjrekar. Before that, he was also seen in Amazon Prime Video’s anthology film Unpaused. ALSO READ: Sumeet Vyas Calls Out A News Channel For Creating A Show On Rhea Charkraborty's Interrogation By CBI In Sushant Singh Rajput's Case; 'It's Painful'

Image Source: Instagram/Sumeet Vyas

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