- “Some of my staff have tested positive,” wrote Aamir Khan in an article.
- “They were immediately quarantined,” he added.
- Aamir Khan thanked the medical team at Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai
Aamir Khan said on Tuesday afternoon that his staff have been diagnosed with COVID-19. In an Instagram article, the 55-year-old actor revealed that he and his family members had a negative result. However, Aamir Khan added that when he shared the message Tuesday morning, he was about to have his mother tested. Staff members who tested positive were immediately quarantined at a medical facility, he wrote in his article. “It is to inform you that some of my collaborators tested positive. They were immediately quarantined, and the BMC officials were very quick and efficient in taking them to a medical establishment. I would like to thank the BMC for taking good care of them, and for fumigating and sterilizing all of society, “read an extract from Aamir Khan’s statement. “We have all been tested and found negative,” he added.
“Right now, I’m taking my mom for a test. She’s the last person in the loop. Please pray for her to be negative” PK actor wrote in his post. Aamir Khan also thanked the medical team at Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai for their support.
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Aamir Khan married filmmaker Kiran Rao in 2005. The couple is the father of a son named Azad. Aamir Khan has a daughter Ira and a son Zunaid with his former wife Reena Dutta.
Aamir Khan was shooting for his next film Laal Singh Chaddha when the national lockdown was imposed and filming and production were stopped. Aamir shares with Kareena Kapoor in the film, which is scheduled for Christmas 2020. He was last seen in 2018 Thugs Of Hindostan.