Sussanne Khan and Divyenndu receive coronavirus vaccine: ‘Happy with the vaccine’

Sussanne Khan and Divyenndu receive coronavirus vaccine: ‘Happy with the vaccine’

Sussanne Khan, Divyenndu, Shruti Seth

Bollywood Celebrities actors Sussanne Khan, Divyenndu and Shruti Seth were the owners of the coronavirus vaccine on Tuesday. Khan took to Instagram and shared a small video where he is receiving the second and final dose of the Covishield vaccine. In addition to the celebrity interior designer, they also included members of The Charcoal Project team.

“Thank you for the opportunity to get vaccinated. With Covishield (2nd Jab.) My dear angel Simone Arora and my dear brother Ajay Arora allowed me to vaccinate my entire coal group of 50 people,” Khan wrote in the 42-year caption. .

“I felt very grateful that I was indebted to them for their kindness, I pray that every Indian will help all the people in their lives to love, insert themselves with the same priority and feel privileged,” he added.

Divyenndu “Mirzapur” star announced on Instagram that she was vaccinated.

“When the vaccine is called your name !!! Luckily the vaccine has been #vaccinated. Aap bhi kara lo (You do it too),” the 37-year-old actress wrote next to her photo.

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Actor Shruti Seth also took to Instagram and reported that he got the vaccine jab in his residential society at the time of the vaccination.

“I got the owner. Finally! Our society organized the most civilized and fastest moment of insertion locally. It literally came up in 24 hours and I lost 2 weeks of anxiety in CoWin,” the actor, known for the comedy show “Shararat, posted.

“Glad, because everything came out pretty comfortable. Now I’m tired of the side effects. And my arms are killing me. Sigh!” he added.

The central government launched a Nationwide push in March this year to put poverty on all those over 60 and those aged 45 to 59.

From May 1, the central and state governments began to include people between the ages of 18 and 44.

On Monday, Maharashtra reported 15,077 new COVID-19 cases, the lowest since March 15, when it reached 57.46.892, with 184 more deaths rising to 95,344.

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