Kanika Kapoor tests positive in her third COVID-19 test

Kanika Kapoor tests positive for Coronavirus for the third time, doctors to continue the treatment : Bollywood News

Kanika Kapoor tests positive for Coronavirus for the third time, doctors to continue the treatment : Bollywood News

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On the other hand, the 71-year-old Prince of Wales was diagnosed with the infectious disease after developing "mild" symptoms, according to a statement released by Clarence House. In the caption, she wrote: "Thank you @theanimalball @clarencehouse for a wonderful night for a great cause @elephantfamily @elephantjournal". Director Prof R.K. Dhiman of the hospital said that her treatment will be continued until atleast two of the tests show her negative. That damned smile.#PrinceCharles #KanikaKapoor #covid19. "UP to United Kingdom. किसी को नहीं छोड़ा #KanikaKapoor #coronavirusindia #Covid19India". "Kanika Kapoor has been provided the best that is possible in a hospital". It turns out, these pictures are from a royal event, "Travels to my Elephants", which was hosted by Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, in 2015. Soon after this news broke in, the singer was brutally trolled on social media for allegedly hiding her travel history after returning back from UK. Bureaucrats, politicians and socialites attended the party and all of them have been traced and tested.

Earlier, legal action too had been taken with an FIR lodged against her. However, Kanika denied all these allegations.

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She tested positive for the virus on Sunday for the second time after her family members objected to the first report.

Kanika, who is now undergoing treatment for the novel coronavirus at the Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences in Lucknow, has been receiving huge backlash for allegedly hiding her travel history after her return from the United Kingdom.

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