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Here are the celebrities who tested negative for coronavirus

Sara Ali Khan, Bollywood Dhamaka

It all began when Big B of Bollywood, Amitabh Bachchan made an announcement that he has been tested coronavirus positive.

Not so long ago, huge Bollywood personalities began coming forward with their coronavirus diagnosis. It all began when Big B of Bollywood, Amitabh Bachchan made an announcement that he has been tested coronavirus positive. It was later found out that the rest of the Bachchans apart from Jaya, i.e. Aishwarya, Aaradhya and Abhishek have also found to have coronavirus.

As the news began spreading like wildfire, much like the virus. One of Abhishek Bachchan’s co-star Amit Sadh, from the recent web series, Breathe: Into the Shadows also underwent a coronavirus test and was found to be negative.

Apart from this, another important figure from the industry, Aamir Khan had released an official statement that some of his staff has contracted the life-endangering virus. The actor also mentioned that his mother underwent COVID testing and was found to be negative. The actor took to his twitter to inform his fans about the recent update regarding his mother.

Anupam Kher also took to his social media to announce that some members of his family, including brother Raju, mother Dulari, Sister-in-law Rima and niece Vrinda got affected by Coronavirus. The actor, himself was found to be negative. He also thanked his fans for their immense support and wishes.

Today, the newcomer in Bollywood, Sara Ali Khan also informed her fans via social media that her driver was found to be affected with coronavirus. She, along with her mother, Amrita Singh, brother Ibrahim and the rest of the staff in her house also took the test and were found to be negative.

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Moreover, all these celebrities have also been expressing immense gratitude towards the medical officials, frontline workers who have been working day and night to make sure everyone stays safe in these difficult times. This initiative will also help clear stereotypes and stigma attached to the virus.

 

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