Covid-19: Pakistani actress Rubina Ashraf on road to recovery, says daughter
People urged to stop spreading misinformation about veteran actor.
Daughter of veteran Pakistani actress Rubina Ashraf has denied rumours about her mother being in critical condition and getting shifted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
Rubina contracted novel coronavirus last week and was undergoing treatment at a local hospital in Karachi, according to social media reports in Pakistan.
In an Instagram post, Minna Tariq requested people to stop spreading misinformation about her mother's health. She said that Ashraf is in fact fine and recovering.
"I request everyone to please avoid spreading misinformation about my mother @ashrafrubina, she is fine and recovering," Tariq said.
"Please pray for her speedy recovery. Regards Minna Tariq," she added.
Rubina Ashraf, along with fellow actress Sakina Samoo, tested positive for coronavirus last week.
Meanwhile, another artiste Vasay Chaudhry has announced that he has tested positive for coronavirus.
Taking to Instagram, the actor and TV host said: "I have tested positive for Covid-19 and self quarantining. I have no symptoms. My family tested negative."
Vasay, who is known for writing sitcoms, has informed the people who came in contact with him in recent days about the development and asked them to get themselves tested.
Pakistan's tally of coronavirus cases has crossed over 100,000 people, with over 2,000 people have lost their lives.
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