The Dikhawa actress Ushna Shah informed her fans about the news on Instagram.
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Pakistani actress Ushna Shah took to Instagram to post her health update and announced that she has tested positive for coronavirus even after the two mandatory doses of vaccine.
The film star urged the citizens and especially her fans to wear masks and get vaccinated to protect themselves.
The 'Dikhawa' actress wrote in the caption, “To those I met recently, I vehemently apologise. I assumed it was just a viral- It wasn’t until the fever became unbearable & I lost my sense of smell that I thought to get tested. I am so sorry.”
"I am a relatively healthy person with a strong immune system but the bug got through, and the symptoms are extremely unpleasant. I shudder to think what would have happened had I not been vaccinated.”
'I shudder to think what would have happened had I not been vaccinated.'
“I urge everyone to wear mask, get vaccinated and take all necessary precautions to protect themselves!” Ushna said and added, “COVID-19 is not a joke and the Delta variant is certainly not to be taken lightly.”
The actress further said “If we have been in contact in recent days, please get yourself tested! Wishing you all health and wellness, Ush.”
Celebrities like Mira Sethi, Aijaz Aslam, Haroon Shahid and model Sunita Marshall wished Ushna good health and a speedy recovery in the comments section of her Instagram post.
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