It is indeed one of the most unfortunate things - to be almost constantly writing about the wrath that COVID-19 continues to draw on one and all followed by more and more public figures testing positive for the virus multiple times in a day.
Only earlier in the day, we reported about how actor Manjari Fadnis became the latest one to be that person and now, in another update actor Daljeit Kaur also suffered from it. In fact, when it comes to Kaur, the actor didn't just test positive for the virus but was even admitted to the hospital. She posted about her experience with the same where apart from sharing about the scare that comes with the virus, she applauded the staff and COVID-19 warriors as well. Her entire post read, "Yes, I have not escaped COVID too. Went through it .. quarantined immediately and had to be admitted in Lilavati hospital.
Was there for five days. While my sister flew down from delhi to take care of my son (who was negative n fit touch wood), I was being treated by the COVID WARRIORS.
I kept asking them how they r not suffocated in the pp kit and how is it that I can see them smiling n happy even in such heavy attire ... and each one of them always said “ye to humara kaam hai and we are happy serving the patients with the medical help” It was like waking up to the worst nightmare of being hit by the virus that looked like would not affect me anymore becaus we assumed “abhi tak to hoke jaa chuka hoga mujhe because I work with so many people” I was very fortunate to have detected the virus on the third day itself as I was “OVER PARANOID” everytime I caught cold. The COVID testing wala guy literally said “mam aap humesha test kara lete ho jaldi isiliye jaldi aapki treatement ho gayi” “logon ko almost eight nine days ke baad pata chalta hai jab infection fael jaata hai andar” well, shayad being paranoid saved my life. Being an asthama patient it’s been scary to be living in today’s sitiation of COVID while working. Anyways, touch wood god is kind, I am already out of quarantine and complete healing already... but I decided to write about this because it’s holi tomorrow. And while people are still not understanding the gravity of the scare... I want to appeal to everyone to please stay at home.... please be safe !!!"-
With cases on the rise more than ever and loved public figures facing the virus, they continue to reiterate the importance of still being at home as much as possible and staying safe.