Meghana Raj speaks about her recent experience with a Covid patient

Meghana Raj took to Instagram stories to share her recent encounter with a Covid-19 patient.
Written By Chaiitanya Rao | Updated: April 21, 2021 09:00 IST
Meghana Raj speaks about her recent experience with a Covid patient

Meghana Raj is a single mother to a beautiful baby boy, who is all set to turn six months old. She lost her husband Chiranjeevi Sarja on June 7 2020 due to cardiac arrest. Meghana recently took to Instagram to share an important story about her recent encounter with a Covid-19 positive patient. She said that she isolated herself after her encounter and asked everyone to stay safe and be responsible in these difficult times.

 
She wrote, "Hello all. Just felt the need to share this piece of information. Recently I was subjected to Covid scare. Was in close proximity to a friend who later on when tested, turned out to be Covid positive. I immediately isolated myself and checked for symptoms (isolate for a good amount of days, check with your doctor for the number of days... meanwhile I have had my share of mental breakdown where I would assume the worst, considering my parents and my small baby who has no idea about the pandemic). In spite of not developing any symptoms, I got a test done and my results turned out to be NEGATIVE. The reason I did this is that I have seen my parents who were Covid positive along with me in December go through an extremely tough healing process. They are now vaccinated. Covid can bring you down mentally and physically. And it doesn't react the same way with everyone. Some get mild symptoms and recover quickly and some have severe symptoms and take months to recover. This is just to let you know that even though we cannot get rid of Covid completely at the moment we can try our best to stop spreading it. The big mistake is not us contracting it, but us being the reason for someone else with lower immunity to be subjected to it... Let us wear our masks, sanitise, maintain social distance and try our level best to not be the reason for spreading it. Stay safe."
 


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