It's been 10 days since Baby Doll singer Kanika Kapoor got hospitalised after testing positive for Coronavirus. She had traveled to London recently and after days of her return, she tested positive for COVID-19. She has been kept in isolation in a hospital, however, the latest reports about her health got her fans worried. It was reported that Kanika tested fourth time positive for Coronavirus and that her family is worried now. But in the latest Instagram post, Kanika shared with her fans that she is fine and that she is not in the Intensive Care Unit.
Kanika on Instagram wrote, "Going off to bed. Sending you all loving vibes. Stay safe you guys Thank you for your concern but I am not in the ICU. I am fine. I hope my next test is negative. Waiting to go home to my kids and family miss them!" Along with this, she attached a picture that has a thought dedicated to Time. Earlier, a family member of Kanika had quoted to Zee News, "We are now worried over the test reports. It seems that Kanika is not responding to treatment and in this lockdown, we cannot even airlift her for advanced treatment. We can only pray for her recovery."
It was on March 20 that Kanika Kapoor tested positive for Coronavirus and was taken to the hospital. A huge controversy took place after the result and quite a few people blamed her for being irresponsible. Kanika attended a few parties after her return from London despite the Government's advisory to stay indoors, especially to those who have a travel history. Then, she was also accused by the hospital staff for throwing starry tantrums when she complained about the hospital being unclean.
We wish for her speedy recovery. (Also Read: Kanika Kapoor Coronavirus Update: Singer Tests Positive For FOURTH Consecutive Time, Leaves Family Members Worried)
Image Source: Instagram/kanik4kapoor
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