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Sussanne Khan's sister and designer Farah Khan Ali says she is hopeful that her Covid 19 test will be negative.

Recently celebrity designer Farah Khan Ali revealed that one of her in-house staff members tested positive for Coronavirus.
by Apoorv Shandilya | April 16, 2020 19:08 IST
Sussanne Khan's sister and designer Farah Khan Ali says she is hopeful that her Covid 19 test will be negative.

While Sussanne Khan is currently staying at her ex-husband Hrithik Roshan's house her sister Farah Khan Ali has discovered new issues at her own home. Farah Khan Ali is a famous celebrity designer. She recently revealed that one of her in house staff members has tested positive for Coronavirus. She also revealed that they have moved the staff to a quarantine facility. She added saying that she is getting her family and herself tested for the virus too.
 
Now Farah has given another interview to ETimes where she speaks of her experience through the incident. She said, "We have all taken the tests and are waiting for the results today. I am hopeful that the results will be negative. My staff member had a very asymptomatic COVID, very slight headache and fever which went away in three days. In fact the day when he was taken into quarantine, he had no symptoms at all. So I am hoping that if we test positive we will be asymptomatic. But obviously I am hoping that we will test negative.”
 
The designer also added that they are taking all security and health measures. She said, "We are taking precautions at home, we are quarantined and not meeting anyone, we can’t leave our homes.”
 
Previously Farah also took to her official Twitter handle to thank Mumbai police and BMC as well as the state government for their continuous relief work. She wrote, "Have to say the @mybmc and their docs in Mumbai is amazing with dealing with COVID patients. The way they handled the situation and picked up my staff and took him to a facility was swift and timely. They showed kindness & humanity & treated him with dignity."
 
Credits: ETimes


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