Indian Idol winner Abhijeet Sawant tests positive for COVID-19

Singer Abhijeet Sawant tested positive for coronavirus on Monday. The Indian Idol winner tweeted about the same, asking fans and followers to use caution, and wear masks.

“I have tested Kovid positive. Be safe. Take all precautions.” Don’t ignore wearing a mask, ”wrote Abhijeet Sawant.

The singer also posted a series of videos on her Instagram stories talking about her current conditions. In the first post, while talking to an imaginary friend, Abhijeet says that he is going to be his friend for the next 14 days as he has tested positive. He said that this time I did positive test, this time I did positive test, for Kovid (usually I am very positive but this time I did positive test for Kovid).

He further stated that he had a fever for a few days, which was when he decided to get the test done. He added that he is at home, and is now doing fine. Emphasizing the importance of the test, Abhijeet said, “Please take care of all of you, and even if you have mild symptoms, please do the test.”

In “LaFonz” the singer argued in her statement, “Even if it’s positive, there’s nothing to worry about. What’s really important is that you don’t spread the virus any further. And keep using sanitisers and always wear masks . “

The entertainment industry is badly affected by the second wave of the epidemic. Recently, actors like Alia Bhatt, Govinda, Akshay Kumar, Ritwik Bhowmik, Vicky Kaushal, Bhumi Pednekar And TV stars like Narayani Shastri, Rupali Ganguly, Abrar Qazi, Monalisa tested positive for Kovid-19. 45 crew members on Akshay Kumar’s Ram Setu It was also tested positive that the film’s shooting stalled.

On Sunday, India’s daily COVID count reached a new peak, with more than 1 lakh cases reported for the first time. For the last few days, Maharashtra has also been witnessing an all-time rise in cases of coronovirus. To ‘break the chain’, the state government has issued new restrictions including weekend restrictions and night curfews. Film and TV shoots have also been asked to maintain a minimum workforce on the floor and take appropriate precautionary measures.

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