YouTuber Bhuvan Bam tests positive for COVID-19, urges fans 'to not take this virus lightly'

Bhuvan Bam revealed the news via his Instagram stories and also urged people to keep following the COVID precautions.

Press Trust of India November 01, 2020 16:49:02 IST
YouTuber Bhuvan Bam tests positive for COVID-19, urges fans 'to not take this virus lightly'

Popular YouTuber Bhuvan Bam on Sunday said he has tested positive for coronavirus and asked his fans to not take the pandemic lightly.

The 26-year-old comedian said he wasn't feeling well and got himself tested for COVID-19 .

"I've not been feeling well for the last few days. Test results have come and I''m COVID positive. Don't take this virus lightly.

"Wear your mask, keep sanitising yourself and maintain social distancing. If everything remains well, I'll see you all here," the YouTuber wrote on his Instagram.

Bam is known for his YouTube comedy channel BB Ki Vines and is one of the leading content creators in the country.

On Saturday, Mumbai's COVID-19 tally rose to 2,57,500 with death toll touching 10,250.

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