Thursday, 09 April, 2020

Old photos of Kanika Kapoor, Prince Charles trend after his coronavirus diagnosis

Prince Charles Kanika Kapoor tests positive in her third COVID-19 test
Adrian Cunningham | 26 March, 2020, 19:27

Prince Charles has tested positive for coronavirus.

The unfounded accusations have been circulating on social media after an old picture of him with Kanika Kapoor started making the rounds on Twitter. Kanika, who had returned from the United Kingdom, tested positive recently.

A picture of them together at an event is doing the rounds on social media and trolls blamed the singer for passing on the virus to the prince.

Another picture of Kanika Kapoor, in a golden dress, where she is posing alongside Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall, is apparently from the year 2018. Prince Charles' wife Camilla tested negative for the virus and the couple is self-isolating in Scotland. This comes after the second test that was taken on Sunday night, which also turned out positive. Ever since her diagnosis, the singer received flak, mostly because of the perceived lack of caution she took after returning from the UK.

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UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres at the Global Refugee Forum in Geneva, Switzerland on 17 December 2019. The UN Spokesperson took to Twitter to furnish Guterres' statement on the global pandemic.

The singer, in a lengthy statement, had said that she had symptoms of flu in the last four days and when she got herself tested it came out positive for COVID-19.

Recently, the hospital representative released an official statement on Kanika Kapoor's behavior. All of them have tested negative for the coronavirus now, NDTV reported. The 'Baby Doll' singer, who recently arrived from the United Kingdom, is undergoing treatment at the Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS) in Lucknow. She is being provided a Gluten-Free Diet from Hospital Kitchen.

Kanika is undergoing treatment at the Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS) here.