Anupam Kher shares the good news that his mother has been ‘declared healthy’ after recovering from COVID-19 at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital. The actor had previously taken to Twitter on Sunday, July 12 to share the news that his mother and immediate family had tested positive for COVID-19. Kher’s mother Dulari, brother Raju, sister-in-law Reema and his niece Vrinda tested positive for the coronavirus while he remained negative.
Now Kher has taken to Twitter yet again to share the good news that his mother has been ‘declared healthy’ by medical staff at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital. His mother Dulari has been given a clean bill of health and has been ordered to quarantine at home. Anupam also added that his brother Raju Kher, sister-in-law Reema and niece Vrinda are recovering.
“Mom has been declared healthy by all medical parameters by the doctors at Kokilaben Hospital. She will now be quarantining at home. Love heals. Stay safe but don’t be distant emotionally from Covid+ patient/families! Doctors & @mybmc officials/employees are real HEROES. #JaiHo”, Anupam Kher tweeted, sharing a video thanking all the medics at the hospital who took care of his mother.
Anupam Kher also thanked his ardent fans for their support and strength during his family crisis.
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