Bollywood Dabang Salman Khan who is currently hosting Bigg Boss 14 has reportedly gone into self-isolation after Salman Khan personal driver Ashok and two staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Khan,s family have reportedly isolated themselves for 14 days.
According to the Source, after knowing about the COVID-19 positive report of his staff members, the actor made sure they get the best treatment and care for the illness. The infected staff members have been admitted to a Mumbai hospital and are being treated for the novel coronavirus infection.
Reportedly, Khan’s writer-father Salim Khan and mother Salma were to celebrate their 56th wedding anniversary on November 18 but the celebrations were cancelled due to this uncalled situation.
Currently, Salman is hosting weekend episodes of Bigg Boss 14 and now that he has reportedly isolated himself, we wonder if he will be present for the upcoming ‘Weekend Ka Vaar’ episodes.
Salman Khan and his family have tried negative for Covid-19, detailed India Today. The Bollywood actor Salman Khan and his relatives went through the Covid tests after his own driver and two staff individuals tried positive for the continuous infection, as indicated by a prior report on the previously mentioned distribution. Be that as it may, the India Star Salman khan and his family tried negative on Thursday, according to a similar report.
Khan had allegedly gone into detachment after a few individuals from his family unit staff-tried Covid-19 positive, as indicated by different Indian media reports. As indicated by a source near the actor, his family, as well, were in disengagement. The Big Boss host and his family are subsidizing the clinical treatment for their staff individuals.
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