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Rekha refuses to get tested for COVID-19

Sources said, Rekha and her manager Farzana with three staff members and a security guard were supposed to undergo tests for COVID-19

Veteran actress Rekha’s bungalow in the Bandstand area of the Bandra locality has been sealed by BMC after a security guard tested positive for COVID-19.

The bungalow named Sea Springs has also been declared a containment zone and BMC has sanitised the locality completely.

The bungalow normally has two security guards on duty. One of them has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to the report. The website added that the infected member of Rekha’s staff is currently undergoing treatment at a facility in Bandra Kurla Complex.

Sources said, Rekha and her manager Farzana with three staff members and a security guard were supposed to undergo tests for COVID-19.

When the BMC officials arrived to escort them for the same, the door wasn’t answered. After sometime, Farzana spoke to them from behind the door, asking them to call on her number to talk regarding the same. The team had no choice but to return.

Chief Medical Officer of BMC H West ward Sanjay Phude asserted that they did call, to which Farzana mentioned that Rekha is fit and fine. She informed that they haven’t come in contact with anyone.

Since one of her security guards had tested positive for the deadly virus, rules mandate that Rekha and her staff also undergo COVID-19 test, said the BMC official.

The official further said that they had sent a sanitization team to Rekha’s bungalow but the actress didn’t allow it to enter the house and sanitise it.

Despite the claims, the BMC officials maintained that it is mandatory to get tested for anyone who comes in contact with a person tested positive for the virus.

Rekha is the latest Bollywood celebrity whose staff member has been affected by COVID-19. Earlier, Sara Ali Khan, Aamir Khan, Karan Johar, and Boney and Janhvi Kapoor, have reported that members of their staff have been infected by the coronavirus.

A civic official, who did not wish to be named, however, told media that Rekha did not want BMC to test her. She informed the body that she will get a test done on her own and submit the report to them.

An official statement from Rekha or her office is awaited in the matter.

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