Bollywood actor and activist Sonu Sood tests positive for COVID-19, 10 days after receiving his first dose of vaccine.
Sonu who was made the brand ambassador for Punjab’s anti-coronavirus vaccination programme, shared the health update with his fans and followers on social media.
The Dabangg actor shared that he is under quarantine currently and there is nothing to worry about.
“Hello friends, I would like to inform you that my test for COVID-19 has come positive. So, I’ve quarantined myself. Nothing to worry about, On the contrary, I will now have more time to fix your difficulties than ever before. Remember, any trouble. I’m always with you,” his social media statement read.
During the coronavirus-induced lockdown last year in India, the actor had helped migrants reach their home states.
Sood catapulted the spotlight for feeding thousands of underprivileged Indians amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Happy to share that actor & philanthropist @SonuSood will be the Brand Ambassador of our #Covid19 vaccination drive. I thank him for supporting our campaign to reach out to, and protect, every Punjabi, and appeal to all to get vaccinated at the earliest. pic.twitter.com/1083v6M0FP— Capt.Amarinder Singh (@capt_amarinder) April 11, 2021
Sonu Sood had taken the first jab of COVID-19 vaccination on April 7.