Bollywood’s famous producer Karim Morani’s daughter Zoa Morani has been discharged from the Kokilaben Hospital after COVID-19 treatment. Well, it’s a good news as yesterday Shaza was discharged and now Karim’s other daughter is discharged.
Zoa announced the same by posting a selfie on her Instagram handle wherein she can be seen in the hospital, wearing a surgical mask. While in the background we see medical staff waving off in the camera. She captioned the image as, “Time to say goodbye to my warriors from space and keep them in my prayers forever!! Goodbye Isolation ICU Time for #homesweethome.”
Meanwhile, Karim is still in the hospital battling with the novel coronavirus and we hope that even he recovers 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 🙅🏾♀️ 🌼🤞🏽💪🏽
Coming back to Zoa, on Saturday, in a live Instagram session with her childhood friend and actor Varun Dhawan, opened up about how she has been feeling and responding to the treatment. In the live video, she also revealed that soon she will be discharged as she was feeling well and was even responding to the treatment.
Well, even Shaza wrote a heartfelt note after she discharged from the hospital on her social media handle. In the letter, she thanked hospital staff, her family, boyfriend and friends who were there to keep her motivated in her tough time.
So far India has reported 9,240 cases among which 331 have died while the other 7,813 people are still battling for their lives from the lethal virus.