Kanika Kapoor Tests Positive for Coronavirus for the THIRD Time

Kanika Kapoor Tests Positive for Coronavirus for the THIRD Time

It looks like the ordeal for singer Kanika Kapoor is not ending any time soon.

Poor Kanika Kapoor! The Baby Doll singer just does not seem to be having the best of luck. First, she was detected with COVID-19 and was kept in isolation. However, it soon snowballed into a controversy as it emerged that she had hid her travel history and had behaved irresponsibly by attending three parties and going shopping. Kanika countered these allegations with a hard-hitting interview that blamed the authorities for not taking it seriously and not testing her properly or giving her guidance. She then also went on to complain about the lack of hygiene and the other difficulties she had been put through. 

Then, came the salvo from the hospital where she was quaratined. She was accused of throwing tantrums and behaving like a diva. It also led to an FIR being filed against her for hiding facts and putting others at risk. But well, it seems her ordeal is not ending any time soon. 

According to news reports, Kanika was tested positive in her THIRD Coronavirus test, the results of which came in on Tuesday March 24. After being tested positive the first time, she was put in qurantine as per the procedure. Then post the treatment, she was administered another test on Sunday and even then, the results seem to be the same. For a patient to be considered cure, at least 2 tests have to be negative. Kanika who is undergoing treatment at the Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS) in Lucknow, will have to continue to remain under isolation for now.

In another development, one of Kanika's friend Ojas Desai who had stayed with her at the Hotel Taj for two days has tested negative. Desai had apparently gone underground but he got himself tested soon and even posted the result on social media. 

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