Mumbai: “October” actor Banita Sandh on Thursday stated she has continued to check adverse for COVID-19 since her arrival to the nation in January 3, opposite to what’s being reported in media. According to well being division sources, Sandhu had examined optimistic for COVID-19 on January four in Kolkata after flying in from United Kingdom and was admitted to a personal hospital after she refused to be handled in a authorities facility.
She had travelled in the identical flight with the youth who examined optimistic for the mutant coronavirus pressure on his return from the UK. The 23-year-old actor took to Instagram to jot down that she “continues to test negative for coronavirus.” Sandhu stated she wished to make clear “some of the misinformation” and posted an in depth notice about her arrival to Kolkata and her subsequent hospitalisation.
“I flew to Kolkata on the January 3 to finish filming ‘Kavita & Teresa.’ I had two negative COVID-19 PCR tests before leaving. I tested again on arrival and stayed in isolation at the CNCI hospital overnight, until my results returned the next day, one a false positive and the other negative. “I was taken to Beleghata hospital to carry out more tests. However, after being informed I would be quarantined with two COVID-19 positive patients, I asked to self-isolate in a private facility while waited to be tested again,” Sandhu wrote. The actor stated on the non-public hospital, she continued to provide adverse COVID-19 PCR outcomes “every two days” and was discharged on January 11.
Sandhu stated she understands the gravity of the scenario and has made each effort “to adhere to government guidelines to ensure the safety of others as well as my own”. “I’d especially like to thank all the medical staff. I have seen first-hand how fearlessly they are working right now. They are genuine heroes who deserve so much credit for their extraordinary commitment to helping us through these incredibly challenging times. Stay safe everyone,” she added.