Shraddha Srinath clarifies on rumours about her COVID-19 isolation
There were reports of Shraddha having travelled in flights with passengers who were affected by the coronavirus
Shraddha Srinath has been busy clearing the air over her decision to practise self-isolation during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
The actor, who locked herself in for 14 days on the advice of her doctor cousin, tweeted on April 3, “My 14-day isolation finished on March 29 and now I’m busy helping my mom in the kitchen. So I’ll talk to you guys later bye! Stay safe and don’t spread any viruses/misinformation! Both are dangerous. Cheers.”
This post caused a lot of concern, and there were reports of her having travelled in flights with passengers who were affected by the coronavirus. Further, it was alleged that the Karnataka government advised Shraddha to isolate herself to ensure her safety and that of those around.
However, dispelling such rumours, Shraddha put out a post that said:
“I travelled to Hyderabad and Chennai between 12th to 15th March but,
1. No, there was no infected person on the flight
2. Thereby no Karnataka medical officials came to my house and told me to self-isolate
3. I surely did not talk about this on my social media.”
She later followed it with another tweet saying that just like any other citizen who has done international/domestic travel, she too volunteered to isolate herself as a precautionary measure.
Shraddha, who was recently seen in the Telugu film, Jodi, is now looking forward to a series of releases, including her Tamil films Maara and Chakra, and Kannada film Godhra, which is directed by KS Nandheesh and stars Sathish Ninasam. She will also be seen in a pivotal role in Sudeep’s upcoming project, Phantom, directed by Anup S Bhandari and produced by Manjunath Gowda.