New Delhi: Actress Sonam Kapoor who was confirmed N1H1 positive and was admitted in a Rajkot hospital has been transferred to Mumbai's Kokilaben Ambani Hospital today.
The hospital officials confirmed the news to IndiaTV reporter stating that she is under treatment while the good news is that she is stable.
The actress complained of viral fever on Friday in Gondal town of Rajkot district, some 30 km away from Rajkot, where she was shooting for her Salman Khan starrer ‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo'. Following this, she was rushed to Sterling hospital on Friday morning there.
"She is under observation in isolation ward at the hospital. Primarily it seems that she got infection from Mumbai as her trainer is also infected with swine flu and is under treatment in Mumbai," Dr Chirag Matravadia, Head, Critical Care Unit at Sterling Hospital was confirmed telling TOI earlier.
‘Prem Ratan Dhan Payo' cast and crew were shooting in Rajkot district and Chotila of Surendranagar district since the last week.
Well, we hope she gets well soon!
Meanwhile, section 144 of Indian Penal Code has been imposed in Rajkot by Police Commissioner Mohan Zha on Friday in the wake of swine flu while restrictions have also been imposed on mega events.
Over 58 swine flu positive cases have been reported in the city since January 1st and six people have succumbed to the disease in the city.