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Malaika Arora Tests Positive For Covid-19

On Monday, model and actress Malaika Arora revealed she tested positive for the COVID-19, she as been placed in quarantine at home. Arora took to the social media platform, Instagram, to share her coronavirus status and also added that she is asymptomatic.

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Her caption on her Instagram post read, “Today I have tested positive for coronavirus but I want to inform you all that I am feeling fine. I am asymptomatic and following all the required protocols and will be quarantined at home as instructed by my doctor and authorities. I request all of you to stay calm and safe. Thank you for all your support. Much love, Malaika Arora.”

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Model and actress Malaika Arora revealed on Monday that she has tested positive for the COVID-19 and has been placed under quarantine.

On the work front, Malaika Arora has been shooting for India’s Best Dancer, where she sits as one of the judges. Members of the reality dance show tested positive for coronavirus, leading to the suspension of the shoot.

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