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Aishwarya Rai and daughter Aradhya Bachchan hospitalised for Covid-19 treatment

Mumbai: As India’s covid count crossed 1 million marks today, Famous Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and daughter Aaradhya Bachchan were also admitted to Nanavati Hospital today, as both of them were tested positive for novel coronavirus last week. Since they’ve been under self-isolation in Jalsa which is the Bachchan house residence due to no symptoms.

On July 11, Amitabh Bachchan wrote on Twitter, “I have tested COVID positive… shifted to hospital…. Hospital informing authorities. family and staff underwent tests; results awaited… All that has been in close proximity to me in the last 10 days are requested to please get themselves tested.”

Bollywood superstar Amitabh and son Abhishek Bachchan were admitted to Nanavati hospital as they were diagnosed positive with Covid-19. Aishwarya’s mother in law Jaya Bachchan was tested negative for the test of coronavirus.

Soon after that, Junior Bachchan on 11 July posted on twitter about his and his father’s mild symptoms of coronavirus and that they were tested positive for the same. He further said that has been admitted to hospital.

Next day Abhishek again posted on twitter informing about their current situation. He wrote that Aishwarya and daughter Aaradhya were also tested positive and thanked everyone for their wishes and prayers.

Since July 11, when Amitabh Bachchan was admitted to Nanavati hospital along with son Abhishek, Big B has been active on social media. He has been keeping his followers updated on his health on his various social media platforms.

India’s cases of Covid-19 are rapidly growing every day. As they have very soon crossed the mark of 1 million today that made India the highest COVID 19 caseloads in the world according to a report released by the Ministry of health and welfare.

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