Veteran Bollywood actor Kiran Kumar has been diagnosed with coronavirus, according to reports published by the Indian media. Before undergoing the procedure, the hospital asked him to get a few preliminary tests done in which Covid-19 test was also included as a precautionary measure. While the actor has been under home quarantine for the last 10 days without showing any symptoms of the virus, his next test will take place on May 25. But I had no symptoms then, nor do I have any now.
The 74-year-old actor will get tested again in two or three days. I am going to get my second test done on May 26 or 27. "There's no fever, no cough, I'm fine and have self quarantined at home", he told PTI.
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The Bollywood veteran added that he has now distanced himself from his family and that he will be getting his second test done on May 26 or May 27.
He said, "I am on the third floor. I'm alone and reliving my boarding school days, putting my own bed and washing my own clothes (laughs)".
Other Bollywood celebrities who tested positive for the coronavirus include singer Kanika Kapoor, producer Karim Morani and his daughters, Shaza and Zoa.
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He also added that he utilising the moment to discover himself by doing his own things.
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