Television star Ziaul Farooq Apurba is undergoing treatment at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of a private hospital in the capital after contracting coronavirus. He underwent Covid-19 test on the advice of a doctor as he became physically weak with fever and tremors for three days.
When the fruit was found, it was known that he was Covid-19 positive. He was admitted to a hospital in the capital’s Shyamoli on Tuesday after his condition worsened. Director Shihab Shaheen confirmed the matter in the first light.
Shihab Shaheen said that the doctors advised Apurba to have ICU if his physical condition was bad. He is being served there. Shihab Shaheen said, ‘Apurba did some tests last night. Blood test results did not come out well. Apart from this, no other problem was caught. Couldn’t eat any food. I was vomiting while playing. He was very weak physically. ‘
Before being admitted to the hospital, Apurba Shihab did a one-day shooting in a movie to be made by Shaheen. The director said in the context of Apurba’s latest physical condition on Wednesday afternoon, his condition is a bit better than last night.
Earlier, everyone in the unit, including Apurba, was in quarantine as two skilled corona were attacked at a shooting spot. Apurba later returned to shooting with negative results after two corona tests.
Director Mizanur Rahman said at the time that the corona of each of the 26-member team was tested before the shooting. One of them was corona positive. Excluding him, the director started shooting. The shooting of the drama started on July 7 with the report ‘Negative’ of all the corona tests of the unit. On July 6, on the set of the play, two of them were found to be Kovid-19 positive. Immediately everyone in the drama team stopped shooting and went to quarantine. Apurba was also in that team.
At that time, Apurba said, “We have to accept the reality. Have to work. But this time I started working more cautiously. ‘
Despite various warnings, Apurba was attacked by Corona. His colleagues have asked for everyone’s blessings for his recovery.