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Actor Zoa Morani gets discharged

Zoa Morani took to her Instagram stories to share that it was "time for home, sweet home."

Written by Komal RJ Panchal | Mumbai | Updated: April 13, 2020 10:47:51 am
zoa moraini discharged Zoa Morani had tested positive for COVID-19 on April 7.

Actor Zoa Morani has been discharged from Kokilaben Ambani Hospital in Mumbai, where she was under treatment for coronavirus.

Zoa told, “I am so grateful and thankful. No words can describe what I feel. I would like to thank the government for doing a commendable job, keeping track of every step and taking precautions for the safety of each person. Thank you to the media for being so sensitive and warm. Thank you also for all the wishes and prayers we received through social media. Truly felt like we were in this together! Please stay safe and follow all the rules as a lot of people out there are putting their life at risk to protect us. Let’s help them! Lastly, no words will ever be enough to thank the doctors and medical staff.”

Zoa Morani had tested positive for COVID-19 on April 7, a day after her sister Shaza Morani tested positive for the virus. After Zoa, her father Karim Morani also tested positive for coronavirus. He is still hospitalised at Nanavati Hospital in Mumbai.

Zoa earlier today took to her Instagram stories to share that it was “time for home, sweet home.”

Read | Zoa Morani on her battle with coronavirus: My first symptom was fever, followed by cough, weakness and breathlessness

Posting a selfie of herself while leaving the hospital, Zoa Morani wrote, “Time to say goodbye to my warriors from space and keep them in my prayers forever. Good bye isolation ICU. Time for home, sweet home.”

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