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Manav Gohil on his battle with COVID-19

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Manav Gohil was admitted to a hospital a few days ago after testing positive for COVID-19. He has recovered now and has tested negative for the virus. The actor tested positive for coronavirus during the shoot for Shaadi Mubarak. In an interview with BT, Manav says, “Since I was shooting for the show, I was being tested regularly. Then one day, on my weekly off, I felt like I was running a fever. I thought it was due to exertion, but by the end of the day, I got to know that my driver had tested positive for COVID-19. I isolated myself in a room immediately and when I got myself tested the next day, the report came positive. Soon, I lost my sense of taste and smell and the fever continued for a week.”It was Manav’s wife, actress Shweta Kawatra, who urged him to get admitted to the hospital. “When Shweta kept asking me to check with our doctor whether I needed to get a CT scan done, I thought she was panicking unnecessarily. It was later that I realised how crucial time is to fight the virus,” he says.Manav is glad he got himself admitted to a hospital in time. He shares, “I could get the right care at the right time. Had I been at home, things would probably have been worse. I was in the hospital for 10 days.”He further adds, “I have learnt that in such a situation we shouldn’t panic and keep in touch with a physician after testing positive.” The actor received a warm welcome when he returned home. “After coming home, I appreciated the small things in life that we take for granted, like holding my daughter’s hands, hugging her, breathing fresh air, and so on. The hug that I got from my daughter after I returned home was priceless,” he signs off.

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