Coronavirus Outbreak: Producer Karim Morani tests negative for second time, discharged from Mumbai hospital
Karim Morani, who has backed films including Shah Rukh Khan's Ra.One, Chennai Express, Happy New Year and Dilwale, said his last two test results for the coronavirus were negative
Mumbai: Producer Karim Morani, who was diagnosed with COVID-19 , said on Friday that he is back at his house after he tested negative for the virus.
Karim, who has backed many Bollywood films, including Shah Rukh Khan's Ra.One, Chennai Express, Happy New Year and Dilwale, said his last two test results for the coronavirus were negative.
"To my friends and family with gods grace and kindness (I) am back home as I have now tested negative twice. I was very comfortable at Nanavati hospital where I remained asymptotic through my stay, I must say every department from the government to the medical warriors are doing a fantastic job," Morani said in a statement here.
The producer, however, will remain in quarantine for the next 14 days as a precautionary measure, he added.
"I will now quarantine as required in my room only for a further 14 days. It’s a big relief to be back home thank you all for your prayers. God bless you stay safe," he added.
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