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Singer SP Balasubrahmanyam tests positive for Covid-19

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Singer SP Balasubrahmanyam tests positive for Covid-19

Legendary playback singer SP Balasubrahmanyam on Wednesday informed that he has been tested positive for the novel Corona virus. In a video shared in his social media account, he opened up about the diagnosis. He further added that his fever has subsided and that he is doing perfectly fine now.

SPB, as he is popularly known, revealed that he had fever, a cold and chest congestion, following which he was tested for Covid-19. The test results came back positive and the doctors had advised to quarantined at home. However, he has decided to get admitted to a hospital as his family members were concerned. He is hopeful about his symptoms going away in two days. He also requested his friends not to call him to check on him as he is doing perfectly fine and is confident of getting discharged soon.

In the video, he is quoted saying, “Since the last two-three days, I was having a little discomfort. I had chest congestion, which for a singer is nothing to worry. I also had a cold and fever on and off. I didn’t want to take it easy, so I went to the hospital to get it checked. Doctors said that it is a mild case of Corona and I was asked to stay home and take medication as prescribed. But, I didn’t want to do that as my family is very concerned. So, I got myself admitted to the hospital. All my friends are here and I’m in good hands. I’m in good health and nobody has to worry about me. So, please don’t bother to call me and find out how I am. I’m perfectly alright except for the cold. Even the fever has subsided. In two days, I will be alright. Thank you for your concern. I couldn’t attend every single call. I have come here mostly to take rest, so that there won’t be any disturbance.

Thank you. I am fine, I will be fine.”

Posted by S. P. Balasubrahmanyam on Tuesday, August 4, 2020

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