BH CORRESPONDENT, Mumbai: After her sister Shaza Morani was released from the hospital after recovering from coronavirus, Zoa Morani has also been discharged after she tested negative for COVID-19. Their father, Chennai Express producer Karim Morani, however, is still being treated for the same.
Taking to Instagram, Zoa uploaded a selfie in a surgical mask to announce that she is leaving the hospital and going back to her home. Along with the picture, she wrote, “Time to say goodbye to my warriors from space and keep them in my prayers forever! Goodbye, isolation ICU. Time for #homesweethome!”
Earlier, during an Instagram live chat session with Badlapur actor Varun Dhawan, Zoa revealed the harrowing experience of being infected with the novel virus. “It started with a fever…After the third or fourth day, this cough started. A very strange…cough. It was after five-six days that I wasn’t able to taste my food,” said Zoa.
She had revealed that the three of them – Karim, Shaza and herself – had contracted coronavirus through a detailed Instagram post. She had posted, “My father, sister and I have been tested Covid 19 positive. Papa and Shaza have no symptoms, I have a few .. will be sharing the experience soon so that others can get an idea and I can be of some help .. It feels like a flu with a bit of uneasiness in the chest .. very bearable if one rests it out, pranayam and hot water have been helping a lot! Will share in detail soon .. Thank you for all the wishes .. looking forward to being home soon”.
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Feeling So overwhelmed watching the Dr’s , nurses and hospital staff taking care of us fearlessly! No words can describe .. i can see their discomfort in their protective suits yet 24 /7 on their toes serving us … the true heroes for sure … my Dr is so sweet and full of life , he constantly makes jokes and makes me feel so light.. yesterday he was the one to bring the news to me about testing positive and he was so sensitive and funny at the same time ( don’t know how he did that) so so grateful for Dr Saurabh Phadkare and his team …Feeling so safe in his hands … #coronavirus #covid19positivethoughts #indiafightscorona 🙅🏾♀️ 🌼🤞🏽💪🏽