Hina Khan tests negative for COVID-19, admits 'she was not in a state of mind to take any precautions while returning from Srinagar'

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Actress Hina Khan, who had tested positive for COVID-19 on April 26, has now tested negative for the virus. The actress updated her fans about her health late Wednesday. Hina did a late-night live chat with fans on Instagram where she informed fans about testing negative for Coronavirus. Hina also added that she did not take precautions when she travelled back to Mumbai upon her father's death last month.

Hina said during the Instagram chat, "I am fine, but I think, while returning from Srinagar, I did not really take any precautions. I was not in a state of mind, which is why whatever happened, happened. But thank god, my family tested negative. I know I did not take precautions while coming back and it resulted into me testing positive. But that is okay, I am pretty okay now, I have tested negative."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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She also said, "I am okay, I am much better. I have tested negative but I still have some cough and some heaviness in my chest. I am on the road to recovery. It will take some time."

Hina also talked about her late father and added, "No, I am fine, I am very strong, I am my daddy's strong girl. I am wearing his tshirt." She added with a smile, "He is there, everywhere." 

She also thanked fans for their support. "Thank you for being there for me. Thank you for checking on me. I did not see all of it, but I got to know." Hina's father passed away on April 20 and the actress had earlier taken to Instagram to announce that she would be taking a break from social media.

(Source: Instagram) 
 

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