Good News for Singer Kanika Kapoor’s fans – Kanika Kapoor, who was admitted to Lucknow’s Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduation Institute of Medical Sciences (PGM) hospital on 20 March, after being found corona positive, has now recovered completely. Kanika’s Coronavirus second consecutive report has been found negative. After this, she has been discharged from the hospital.
Bollywood Hot News: Even after returning home, Kanika Kapoor has been asked to take care of herself and to be cautious. On the advice of doctors, Kanika Kapoor will have to stay in her house for 14 days in quarantine.
- Kanika Kapoor went home after recovering from the hospital.
- She was advised to be cautious even after returning home for at least 14 days.
Even after returning home, Kanika has been asked to be cautious. On the advice of doctors, Kanika Kapoor will have to stay in her house for 14 days in quarantine.
Let me tell you, many consecutive reports of Kanika Kapoor came corona positive ( Read this story ). After which her family members were very upset. Although the doctors said that Kanika is absolutely fine. They have no symptoms of Corona. After the fifth, now the sixth report of Kanika Kapoor has come negative. So she has been discharged.
Kanika was missing her family and children a lot while being in isolation in the hospital for several days. She used to talk to her family and children through video calls. Singer’s family would surely have breathed a sigh of relief when Kanika returned home.
Let me tell you when the news of Kanika Kapoor being corona positive came out, everyone was shocked. Kanika was accused that she had escaped from Mumbai after returning from abroad ( UK ) without conducting an investigation. She was heavily trolled on social media. She was also accused of being negligent.
When Kanika was admitted to the hospital, Singer said that the doctors were threatening her. At the same time, doctors said that Kanika is not cooperating in treatment. However, amidst all the controversies, Kanika has now won the battle against COVID-19.