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Kubbra Sait tests positive for coronavirus, urges people to mask up

Kubbra Sait asked people who recently came in contact with her to either get tested or stay indoors so that they do not become the carriers of Covid-19.

By: Entertainment Desk | New Delhi |
January 7, 2022 5:42:00 pm
kubbra sait covidKubbra Sait has mild symptoms. (Photo: Kubbra Sait/instagram)

Bollywood actor Kubbra Sait has tested positive for coronavirus. The actor shared her diagnosis on social media. Kubbra said she has mild symptoms and is doing fine. She also asked people who recently came in contact with her to either get tested or stay indoors so that they do not become the carriers of Covid-19.

Kubbra wrote on Instagram, “Hey beautiful peeps, First and foremost #maskup. Second, I’ve tested positive with mild/ asymptomatic covid–19. If we were in contact with me, please run a home test… (so that we don’t burden the already burdened testing system). I haven’t still received the results from the lab it’s been 36 hours), else better stay indoors and take a break. You may not even realise you’re a carrier (at this stage).”

kubbra sait Kubbra Sait shared her health update on social media.

The actor added, “I’m alright. Resting and watching TV. Stay calm state of mind, consume loads of fluids, watch little tv and phone. So in 5-7 days we can say #ByeOmicron.”

Kubbra Sait had celebrated New Year in Goa with her friends. She also shared several pictures from her vacation on social media.

Many other celebrities from the Indian film industry have recently contracted the virus. Swara Bhasker, Mahesh Babu, Mimi Chakraborty, Sumona Chakravarti, John Abraham, Ekta Kapoor, Nakuul Mehta, Nora Fatehi, Arjun Bijlani, Prem Chopra and Dhrashti Dhami among others tested positive for Covid-19.

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