COVID-19 has been difficult to keep track of, and despite everyone taking the appropriate measures, the number of cases is increasing, with the possibility of a third wave looming. Jennifer Winget has tested positive for the virus after several actresses had already tested positive.
Jennifer Winget Tests Covid-19 Positive
Actress Jennifer Winget has been diagnosed with COVID-19, according to SpotboyE. She is exhibiting little to no symptoms while she is isolated. According to the report, as the actress was preparing to begin filming for season 2 of her online series CODE M on July 20, she decided to take a test as a preventive step and tested positive for the virus.
Jennifer Winget took to Instagram and penned the news. She wrote, “Down but not out… YES, It’s TRUE! Corona came a-knocking and caught me off guard .. 🙄 . But know that, I am asymptomatic and feel absolutely fine. So to everyone worried and concerned, don’t be! 🥰 Here to report that I am quarantining, whining and dining and cannot wait to kick back in action. A bummer, this, but promise it’s only a minor blip, just paused for a bit to emerge stronger, better, healthier and raring to go. Thank you for all your wishes. But Covid aint got nothing on me! Be back sooner than you know. Signing off with hugs and kisses… Or I best, better not! 😁🤍”.
Jennifer had only recently posted on social media about how excited she was to begin filming for her new project. “And so part deux for Code M begins…faces beaming, excited to reunite and raring to go with captain @akshayindahouse and @samkhan @altbalaji @ektarkapoor
@tanujvirwani come soon!”
The actor, who has been in series such as “Dill Mill Gayye,” “Beyhadh,” and “Bepannah,” praised her fans for their unwavering love and support. Last year, Winget starred in the second season of the suspense series “Beyhadh,” which was eventually canceled owing to the countrywide coronavirus outbreak. In 2020, she made her internet debut with the ALTBalaji series “CodeM.”
On Wednesday, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) recorded 435 new coronavirus illnesses and 13 fatalities in Mumbai, according to the BMC.
Rubina Dilaik, Nikki Tamboli, and Rupali Ganguly, among others, have tested positive for the virus in the past. They did, however, return to the shooting shortly after recuperating from the illness.