The actor was made the brand ambassador of Punjab’s vaccination programme against coronavirus recently
Actor Sonu Sood said he was tested positively on COVID-19 on Saturday, nearly ten days before receiving the vaccine.
A recently appointed actor was a brand ambassador for the Punjab immunisation programme.Sood had also met Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, on April 10.
The 47-year-old actor, who last year saw migrants arriving in their countries of origin during the lockdown at the national focal points, said he would keep working for those in need.
“I tell you I was testing positively this morning for COVID-19. As part of the precautions, I have already quarantined and been extremely careful.
“There is not enough time for me to solve your issues, but don’t worry. Recall, I’ll always be there for all of you,” Sood tweeted.
On April 7 the actor received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
The Ministry of Health recorded a one-day record growth of 2,34,692 and 1,341 deaths in India, bringing the number of cases of COVID-19 to 1,45,26,609 and 1,75,649 deaths due to viral diseases.
The count in this country on active COVID-19 cases rose to 16,79,740, a steady increase on the 38th consecutive day.
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