The report of 77-year-old Amitabh Bachchan, who is undergoing treatment for Kovid-19 at Nanavati Hospital for the last 22 days, has been negative and he has been discharged from the hospital. His son Abhishek Bachchan has given this information on Twitter. Abhishek tweeted: “My father’s last Kovid-19 test has come negative and he is being discharged from the hospital. Now they will stay at home and relax. Thanks for everyone’s wishes and best wishes.
Amitabh Bachchan thanked
Amitabh Bachchan tweeted: “My Kovid Test was negative. I am discharged. I will be a quarantine at home. Thank God, blessings of Maa Babuji, prayers of my close friends, friends and fans… along with the good care of the staff of Nanavati Hospital, this day was witnessed. ” Explain that he was taken to Jalsa, his bungalow by ambulance.
Abhishek will stay in hospital now
Abhishek also told that he will have to stay in the hospital for now. In another tweet, he wrote that ‘unfortunately for some reason I am currently Kovid 19 positive and in hospital. Once again thank you all for the best wishes and prayers. I will beat it and come back healthy. promise.’
Gave information about being corona himself
Please tell that Amitabh Bachchan had informed himself of being corona positive on the night of July 11 on his Twitter. He wrote after tweeting – My corona virus has been found positive. Is hospitalized. Informing the hospital authorities. Family and staff have also been tested for corona virus, the report of which is currently awaited. Those who have come close to me in the last 10 days, I request them to get their investigation done.
Talk about mental health
Amitabh Bachchan has talked about mental health in the blog during his stay in the hospital. Big B wrote about how being in isolation affects mental health. He has written in the blog that even the doctors who are taking care of you do not come to you. They interact via videochat and in such a situation, this method is best. People admitted for treatment do not see any human for weeks. Even doctors, nurses come in PPE kits. People are being given remote treatment. Does this affect mental health? Psychologist says that falls. Patients change after leaving, are they afraid to go public or think that people will treat them differently.