Ranvir Shorey tests negative for COVID 19 and expresses gratitude towards fans for their good wishes

Ranvir Shorey was diagnosed with COVID-19 a few days ago. Luckily, the actor is fit and fine now.
Ranvir Shorey tests negative for COVID 19 and expresses gratitude towards fans for their good wishes Ranvir Shorey tests negative for COVID 19 and expresses gratitude towards fans for their good wishes
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Ranvir Shorey left fans in shock when he announced about a week earlier that he had been diagnosed with COVID-19. The actor who often expresses his opinions on social media took to the platform and broke the news among his followers and loved ones. While stating that he had mild symptoms, Shorey also revealed that he had quarantined himself. Many netizens, friends, and loved ones alike showered comments on the actor’s post and prayed for his speedy recovery and health.

Now, the good news is that the actor has won his battle against the deadly virus. In a tweet shared on Thursday afternoon, Ranvir Shorey shared that he has tested negative for COVID-19. At the same, he also expressed his gratitude towards everyone who had sent their good wishes for him. The Aaja Nachle actor added that he recovered after a week of quarantine and treatment. This left the fans elated and many sent their wishes for him in the comments section.

Check out the tweets below:

During one of his earlier interviews, the actor had blamed himself for having contracted coronavirus. According to him, this happened due to his sheer negligence. Shorey also talked about how people became careless after the announcement of the vaccine. In the same interview, the actor revealed how he was careless about his hand hygiene and thereby contracted conjunctivitis which ultimately led to his exposure to COVID-19. Meanwhile, the actor last appeared in the movie Lootcase and has a couple of interesting projects lined up.  

Also Read: Ranvir Shorey quarantines himself as he tests positive for Covid 19; Says ‘Symptoms are mild’

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