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COVID-19: Zoa Morani & Shaza Morani Pen Down A Heartfelt Note Post Their Discharge

Zoa Morani and Shaza Morani who were tested positive for COVID-19 have been discharged from the hospital. The sisters have penned down a heartfelt note post their discharge. Read below to know more.


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A couple of days back, producer Karim Morani and his daughters Zoa and Shaza were tested positive for COVID-19. They had a travel history of traveling from Sri Lanka to Rajasthan. Karim Morani and Shaza Morani were admitted to Nanavati Hospital while Zoa was admitted to Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital.

Both the sisters were discharged yesterday once their test results showed negative. Taking to their social media they were happy to announce that they are back home. They also penned down a heartfelt note for their close ones. The Morani family was waiting on Shaza’s second test to come as negative after she tested negative for the first time. The note was full of gratitude.

Zoa took to her Instagram handle to share the news on her IG story which read, “Time to say goodbye to my warriors from space and keep them in my prayers forever!! Good Bye isolation ICU.” She concluded the sweet note by writing, “Time for #homesweethome.”

Zoa thanked the hospital staff which cured her and are on the frontline fighting war against the virus.

On the other hand, Shaza shared a post on her Instagram to be thankful to have been survived the COVID-19 infection. She shared slides of written notes and captioned it by writing, “So happy to be home. I wrote this letter to @theitihaascompany while I was hospitalised. It’s long so please bear with me. It felt so good. Can’t wait to read the book with everyone’s experiences. #WriteToRemember and email yours to [email protected] (sic).”

So far there has been no word about how Karim Morani is keeping up with his health and we hope that we get to hear the news of his recovery soon.


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