Members of Boney Kapoor’s House Staff Recover From COVID-19

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Three members of Boney Kapoor’s house staff who had contracted coronavirus, have now tested negative and completely recovered. Kapoor informed on Twitter that the 14-day quarantine for him and his daughters, Janhvi and Khushi Kapoor has also ended.

“Happy to share that while my daughters & I had always been tested negative, our 3 staff members who had tested positive for Covid19, have fully recovered & tested negative. Our 14 day home quarantine period has also ended & we look forward to starting afresh,” he tweeted on Friday.

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He had earlier informed in a press statement that his 23-year-old househelp named Charan Sahu, who was working in his residence in Mumbai’s Lokhandwala, was unwell on Saturday evening, 16 May and on 19 May tested positive for the virus. The producer immediately sent him for a test and kept him in isolation.

Two more members of his house staff then tested positive for the virus, said a report by Spotboy. Dayanand Bangar,Oshiwara Police Station PI, confirmed the news.

Boney Kapoor had put out a statement saying, “Myself, my children and the other staff at home are all fine and none of us are showing any symptoms. In fact, we haven’t left our home since the lockdown started. All of us will be in self-quarantine for the next 14 days. We are thankful to the Govt of Maharashtra and BMC for their swift response. We shall be diligently following the instructions and advice given to us by BMC and their medical team. We are sure that Charan would soon recover and be back at home with us”, the statement read.

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