- Sonu Sood tests positive for Covid-19
- He says, “This gives me ample time to solve your problems.”
New Delhi: Sonu Sood has tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday, the actor informed his fans in a social media post.
Sonu Sood shared on social media platform that he has been tests positive for Covid-19
Sonu Sood, who was made the brand ambassador for Punjab’s COVID vaccination program by Chief Minister Amarinder Singh earlier this month, shared that even though he has contracted the virus, his “mood and spirit are super positive.” His also shared a message for his fans in his post that read: “Covid – positive. Mood and spirit – super positive. Hi every, this is to inform you that I have tested positive this morning for COVID-19. As a part of precautions, I have already quarantined myself and taking utmost care. But don’t worry this gives me ample time to solve your problems. Remember I am always there for you all.”
Sonu Sood has been at the forefront of helping people ever since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020
Sonu Sood has been at the forefront of helping people ever since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. From arranging transport for stranded migrant workers to helping patients who suffer from serious diseases, Sonu has been hailed for his humanitarian work.
The actor, On Friday, had expressed his helplessness over being unable to arrange hospital beds and medicines for Covid-19 patients from all across India. Taking to Twitter, Sonu urged people to come forward and help the needy.
Sonu had tweeted, “Since morning I haven’t kept my phone down, thousands of calls from all over India for HOSPITAL BEDS, MEDICINES, INJECTIONS and still not able to provide to many of them, I feel so helpless. The situation is scary, pls stay at home ,wear mask and prevent yourself from infection.”
He further wrote, “All said and done, I am still on it, I am sure together we can save many more lives. It’s time not to blame anyone but to come forward for a needy who needs your help. Try to provide medical needs to the ones who don’t have an access. LETS SAVE LIVES TOGETHER. Always there for u (you).”
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