Courtesy : Milind Soman Instagram
Actor and supermodel Milind Soman had tested positive for Coronavirus in March and was under home quarantine. After 14 days of isolation, he recovered fully and had shared that he has decided to donate his plasma to help other patients in need.
On Monday, Milind took to social media to inform that he was unable to donate his plasma despite recovering from Covid-19. He shared in an Instagram post that he returned back to Mumbai to donate his plasma but could not do so because of low antibodies.
Milind shared a picture of himself and wrote:
"Back to the jungle! Went to Mumbai to donate plasma but didn't have enough antibodies for donation. Even though plasma therapy is not proven effective 100%, there are opinions that it might help, so I guess we must do whatever we can."
Further in his note, Milind shared the meaning of having low antibodies. He added:
"Low antibody count generally means I had mild symptoms and that I have enough to fight another infection but not enough that I can help other people. Felt a bit sad.”
Read Milind Soman's full post here:
After Milind Soman had tested positive for Covid-19, he was isolating at a hill station. His wife Ankita Konwar had also reached the location to take care of him.