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COVID-19 Sara Ali Khan And Family Undergo Testing

Bollywood actor Sara Ali Khan, her family and other staff had to be tested for COVID-19 after her driver tests positive.

Sara took to Instagram to share the news.

She wrote, β€œI would like to inform you that our driver has tested positive for Covid-19. The BMC was promptly alerted about it and he has been moved to a quarantine centre. My family, the other staff at home and I have all been tested negative and will take the necessary precautions.”

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The actor added, β€œA sincere thank you to the BMC from me and my family for all their help and guidance. Stay Safe everyone!”

The actor, her family and staff, however, tested negative for the coronavirus. Sara Ali Khan will next be seen in the Coolie No. 1, acrossΒ Varun Dhawan.

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