'Family Karma' star Vishal Parvani tests positive for coronavirus, advises fans to 'stay home'
'Family Karma' star Vishal Parvani took to his Instagram on Friday, March 27, to reveal that he tested positive for the deadly coronavirus disease and that he has been in self-isolation ever since.
The reality star posted a video on his Instagram stating that he came in contact with a person who was tested positive for coronavirus. As soon as he learned of it, he got himself tested because he is immunosuppressed and found out that he too was positive.
In his video, Vishal explained that he has been in self-isolation ever since he found out that he tested positive for COVID-19 and assured his fans that he was taking good care of himself.
He said, "The results just came back today and I tested positive for the coronavirus. I was quarantining myself for the past two weeks with my family and as soon as I found out I was exposed, I further isolated myself."
He added, "Just to give you a quick update, I have been resting, eating well, drinking a lot of fluids and even working out. Luckily I've been pretty asymptomatic for the most part besides a slight cough so luckily I’m doing really well. But I just want to stress, please, please do not take this virus lightly. Please, if you can stay at home. If we all do our part, this will pass quickly, but please, please stay at home. My friends and family have been amazing and dropping off food in front of my door."
The Bravolebrity wrote under the video about how he has been in self-isolation since and urged everybody to "stay home". "Please Stay Home. Hey guys, I have been self-quarantining for the past 2 weeks. After finding out that I was exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19, I immediately got tested since I’m immunosuppressed. I was tested positive. I’m doing well, but just wanted to emphasize to everyone - please stay home. We will get through this together. #stayhome," shared Vishal.
On a recent episode of 'Family Karma', it was revealed that Vishal suffers from a rare auto-immune disease called The Crohn's Disease.
Vishal's mother Reshma Parvani explained how Crohn's affected Vishal's health at an early age and several changes had to be made to his lifestyle to ensure the instances of flareups can be as few as possible.