The reports of Amitabh Bachchan and Abhishek Bachchan testing positive for Coronavirus has caused tension among millions of fans all across the globe. The father-son duo has been admitted to Mumbai's Nanavati hospital.
Just a few minutes ago, a video went viral on the Internet stating that Abhishek Bachchan has left the hospital and returned back to his mansion in Juhu, Jalsa. Shutting down all such reports, AB has confirmed on Twitter that his father Amitabh Bachchan and he are still at the hospital.
Abhishek tweeted: "My father and I remain in hospital till the doctors decide otherwise. Everyone, please remain cautious and safe. Please follow all rules!"
Meanwhile the rest of the family including Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Shweta Bachchan and others underwent tests. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and daughter Aradhya have tested positive for Coronavirus in their second test. Jaya Bachchan has tested negative in the antigen test.
Aishwarya and Aradhya show mild symptoms and will be home quarantining. Abhishek confirmed the same on his Twitter. He wrote:
"Aishwarya and Aaradhya have also tested COVID-19 positive. They will be self-quarantining at home. The BMC has been updated on their situation and is doing the needful. The rest of the family including my Mother have tested negative. Thank you all for your wishes and prayers."
Check out his tweets below:
Meanwhile, the BMC has sealed the Bachchan mansion Jalsa, and sanitised the entire building after declaring it as a containment zone.
Amitabh Bachchan was admitted to Nanavati Hospital in Mumbai on Saturday evening. Big B had taken to Twitter to inform that he has tested positive for Coronavirus. He also urged people who had come in his contact in the last 10 days to get themselves checked.
The Nanavati Super Specialty Hospital said Amitabh Bachchan is in stable condition now.
"Today would be 5th day since Amitabh ji's symptoms had surfaced... have to watch closely for another seven days and see how the disease evolves...in the next 3 days, we will be able to see the evolution trajectory... very likely that he may remain to have a very mild version," said Dr Abdul Samad Ansari, head of the hospital's critical care unit.