Aishwarya Arjun tests negative for COVID-19


PTI, Jul 29, 2020, 9:59 AM IST

Bengaluru: Sandalwood actor Aishwarya Arjun has been recovered from COVID-19 and the test report came negative.

Aishwarya was in-home quarantine from the past 1 week, took to social media to share the health update.

“I would like to tell you all that I have now tested negative for COVID-19 by the grace of God. Thank you so much for your thoughts and prayers,” she wrote on her Instagram story.

“This pandemic is not over yet, so please take care everyone and stay healthy,” she added.

Earlier, Aishwarya’s cousin Dhruv Sarja and his wife have been tested positive and recovered from the disease.

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