Actor politician Nagma on Wednesday said she tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently undergoing home quarantine. The 50-year-old actor went to Twitter and wrote that he was infected with the virus despite receiving the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on April 2.
Parliamentary leaders urged fans to be vigilant, even if they were vaccinated. “I got my first vaccine a few days ago. It was tested on Covid-19 and my test was positive, so I was quarantined at home. Be careful and take the necessary precautions.
“Don’t be content with #staysafe anyway, even after receiving the first dose of the vaccine,” the actor writes. Nagma, who made her big screen debut in 1990 with the action actor “Basha” starring Salman Khan, is known for her performances in movies such as “King Uncle” with Shah Rukh Khan, “Shaag” and “Basha”.
She has also starred in Telugu, Tamil, Bhojpuri, Malayalam and Kannada films. On Wednesday, Mumbai reported 10,428 new coronavirus cases and 23 new deaths on Wednesday, bringing the number of cases to 4,82,760 and the death toll to 11,851.
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Nagma test positive in coronavirus days after vaccination
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