A lot of people are contracting COVID-19 as the days are passing. The situation continues to grow worse. A lot of celebrities were tested positive for the novel coronavirus lately. And the recent one to contract COVID-19 is none other than veteran singer Bappi Lahiri. Yes, you read that right. The Jimmy hitmaker's spokesperson confirmed the news of the singer tested positive for the virus and he has been taken to a hospital. As per the report in Hindustan Times, Bappi Lahiri has been taken to Breach Candy Hospital and is currently under observation.
The spokesperson of Bappi Lahiri told SpotboyE, "Despite utmost precautions, unfortunately, Mr Bappi Lahiri has tested positive for Covid-19. He is under very good and expert care at the Breach Candy Hospital. Bappi dada’s family requests all those who came in contact with him in the recent past should get themselves tested as a precautionary measure."
The spokesperson further added saying that Bappi Da has asked his fans in and outside the country to pray for him and also be safe and healthy. Meanwhile, a couple of days ago, Bappi Lahiri urged his fans to get registered for the COVID-19 vaccine. However, it si unclear whether he has taken his first shot of the vaccine or not. "I’ve just pre-registered for my #COVID19Vaccine – what are you waiting for! As soon as I found out that us over 60’s and those aged between 45-59 with a specified co-morbidity are now able to get our jab booked in, I felt a sense of relief that the end to this pandemic is in sight. It was quick & simple to register at Cowin.gov.in (link in bio) and I urge all of my friends in this age bracket to do the same!" Have a dekko at his post here:
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Recently, Kartik Aryan, Paresh Rawal, Aamir Khan, Siddhant Chaturvedi, R Madhavan were tested positive for COVID-19. We pray for your speedy recovery, Bappi Da.
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