Vicky Kaushal's complex sealed after resident tests COVID-19 positive
Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal's housing complex has been partially sealed after an 11-year-old girl from the building tested positive for the coronavirus. Apart from Vicky, the Oberoi Springs in Mumbai's posh Andheri is home to many Bollywood celebrities such as Rajkummar Rao, Chitrangada Singh, Chahatt Khanna, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Prabhu Deva, and director Ahmed Khan, among others. Here is more on this.
The coronavirus patient is from the C-wing of the building
According to a report in Spotboye, the 11-year-old coronavirus patient is the daughter of a doctor residing in the C-wing of the building. The C-wing is home to celebrities like Arjan Bajwa, Chitrangada, Chahatt, Rahul Dev and Mugdha Godse, Vipul Shah, and Prabhu Dheva. Arjan informed the publication that C-wing has been completely sealed, while A and B wings have gone under strict quarantine.
Arjan wished for the girl's speedy recovery
Arjan informed that building residents are adhering to the orders. "We are avoiding to go even till the lift... Oberoi Springs has been following the lockdown perfectly," he said. "We still have 2 weeks to go before May 4 which is the date when the lockdown is expected to be lifted," the Fashion actor added. He also wished for the young girl's speedy recovery.
Earlier, Shivin Narang, Tanmay Vekaria's buildings were sealed
Not long ago, TV actors like Shivin Narang and Ankita Lokhande's building in Malad had been sealed after one of its residents tested coronavirus positive. Similarly, other popular celebrities whose buildings in Mumbai have been sealed include Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah actors Sonalika Joshi and Tanmay Vekaria, ABCD 2 actress Seema Pandey, and Aahana Kumra.
The pandemic has infected 18,000 across India
Notably, Mumbai continues to remain the worst-hit Indian city from the COVID-19 pandemic. The country's financial capital has witnessed more than 2,700 cases. Across India, the pandemic has claimed 592 lives and infected 18,658. Meanwhile, the entertainment fraternity is doing its bit to fight the pandemic. Many TV and film stars such as SRK and Akshay Kumar have pledged donations.Share this timeline