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Aamir Khan confirms his staff has tested positive for Covid-19

Aamir Khan, on Tuesday afternoon, said that members of his staff have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

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Aamir Khan, on Tuesday afternoon, said that members of his staff have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

In an Instagram post, the 55-year-old actor revealed that he and his family members have tested negative. However, Aamir Khan added that at the time of sharing the post on Tuesday morning, he was on his way to get his mother tested. The staff members who tested positive were immediately quarantined at a medical facility, he wrote in his post. “This is to inform you that some of my staff have tested positive.

They were immediately quarantined, and the BMC officials were very prompt and efficient in taking them to a medical facility. I would like to thank the BMC for taking such good care of them, and for fumigating and sterilizing the entire society,” read an excerpt from Aamir Khan’s statement. “The rest of us have all been tested and found negative,” he added.

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“Right now, I am taking my mother to get her tested. She is the last person in the loop. Please pray that she is negative,” the PK actor wrote in his post. Aamir Khan also thanked the medical team at Mumbai’s Kokilaben Hospital for their support.

“Some of my staff have tested positive. They were immediately quarantined, and BMC officials were very prompt and efficient in taking them to a medical facility. I would like to thank the BMC for taking such good care of them, and for fumigating and sterilizing the entire society.”

The actor went on to reveal that rest of them have tested negative for the same, but his mother, Zeenat Hussain’s report is yet to be done.

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“The rest of us have all been tested and found negative. Right now I am taking my mother to get her tested. She is the last person in the loop. Please pray that she is negative. I would, once again, like to thank the BMC for the prompt, professional and caring manner in which they helped us.”

Online Int’l News with additional input by GVS News Desk

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