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Arijit Singh, Nafisa Ali, Maanvi Gagroo test Covid positive

Nafisa Ali, a veteran actress, is in hospital in Goa because of COVID-19 infection

Arijit Singh, Nafisa Ali, Maanvi Gagroo test Covid positive

In the midst of the third wave of COVID-19 infections, a number of celebrities have contracted the virus. Singer Arijit Singh, actor Nafisa Ali, and Maanvi Gargoo are the most recent celebrities to be diagnosed with COVID on Saturday (January 8). The illness has put Nafisa, who is also a senior person, in the hospital. She, on the other hand, hopes to be transferred back to her home as soon as possible.

Taking to Instagram, Nafisa informed her followers, "Guess what I have ! A lucky number 7 bed !! High fever and throat congested but doing better with my super medical team in Goa . Hope to be allowed home in a few days for self isolation….#covidpositive".

Music sensation Arijit Singh took to Facebook to inform that he and his wife have tested positive for COVID-19. "Me and my wife have tested COVID Positive. We are all perfectly fine and have quarantined ourselves," wrote the 'Agar Tum Saath Ho' singer.

Maanvi Gagroo, best known for her role in the Amazon Original 'Four More Shots Please,' revealed on Instagram Stories that she had contracted COVID-19. "Thank you, everyone, for checking in. I have very mild symptoms. Just sleeping a lot. But thank you, thank you," wrote the actress.

Earlier, film director Madhur Bhandarkar tested COVID positive. "I have tested positive for Covid. Been fully vaccinated but experiencing mild symptoms. Have isolated myself." He added, "Those who came in contact with me kindly get yourself tested. Please be safe and follow Covid-19 protocols," wrote the director on Instagram.

Kareena Kapoor Khan, Amrita Arora, Arjun Kapoor, John Abraham, Ekta Kapoor, Mrunal Thakur, Nora Fatehi, Alaya F, Rhea Kapoor, Shumona Chakravarti, Erica Fernandes, Varun Sood, and Drashti Dhami are among the other celebs that contracted the illness in December and January.

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