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Ram Setu’s Film Set Proves out to be a Covid Hotspot at 45 Junior Artists Tested Positive

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Just when we saw Akshay Kumar getting affected by the virus, we now have the update stating that not less than 45 Junior artists are affected a lot. With the second wave of the virus, we see many of the people are getting affected a lot and thus struck a lot that seemed making things tough to worse. As Akshay Kumar of the film Ram Setu has been affected with positive reports, we see people getting affected a lot by the virus. Akshay was quick to share the update on social media asking all the people coming in touch with him in the last few hours to consider the result. 

The news seemed to have been confirmed by Ashok Dubey who happens to be the secretary of Federation of Western India Cine Employees wherein he spoke about the details to the media about the film and the way the team has been affected by the virus. He claimed that Ram Setu makers have made sure to take all the precautions and it is really very much unfortunate that 45 people from the junior artist group have been affected by the same. He went on to say that they have been isolated. 

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People who are seen testing positive are now given the required medical attention by Cap Good Films, a production house owned by Akshay Kumar along with Vikram Malhotra’s group Abundantia Entertainment. They informed the media stating that the required tests have been conducted way in advance and everyone is cleared except the 45 who have been kept in isolation. They have all the required PPE Kits over the sets and they have invested lakhs of money in order to keep the space sanitised and cleaned by the makers.

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