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Arjun Kapoor tests positive for COVID-19

Actor Arjun Kapoor on Sunday announced that he has tested positive for coronavirus. He shared the news on Instagram.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: September 6, 2020 5:02:05 pm
arjun kapoor tests positive for coronavirusArjun Kapoor said he is under home quarantine. (Photo: Arjun Kapoor/Instagram)

Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor on Sunday revealed he has tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently isolating at home. Arjun took to Instagram to inform fans about his COVID-19 diagnosis. He added that he is asymptomatic and doing fine.

“It is my duty to inform all of you that I have tested positive for coronavirus. I’m feeling ok and I’m asymptomatic. I have isolated myself at home under the advice of doctors and authorities and will be under home quarantine. I thank you all in advance for your support and I will keep you all updated about my health in the days to come. These are extraordinary and unprecedented times and I have faith that all of humanity will overcome this virus,” Arjun Kapoor wrote.

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Earlier this week, Arjun resumed shooting for his yet-untitled romantic drama, also starring Rakul Preet Singh, Neena Gupta, John Abraham and Aditi Rao Hydari.

The actor had posted on Instagram a picture of himself from the set, where members of the crew were seen wearing masks.

“Happy to just be back on set. Have to hand it to @emmayentertainment making filming possible again for our movie, it just felt seamless & organic because of all the effort behind the scenes. Grateful to be working again, slow & steady under the right guidelines,” Arjun had captioned the photo.

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