Mansha Pasha relieved as Jibran Nasir tests negative for coronavirus

The 'Laal Kabootar' actor could not meet her husband-to-be since his return from the US

Entertainment Desk March 21, 2020
Lawyer Jibran Nasir recently returned from the US and became suspicious of his health after having met a friend on the trip who tested positive for COVID-19.

His initial post on Instagram read, “Out of concern for family, friends, and everyone around I’ve limited my interactions and movements as most of Coronavirus cases are asymptomatic. I don’t have any symptoms but will go through testing just to be sure and encourage all those coming to Pakistan to do the same.”

The activist still wanted to make sure that he wasn't a carrier so he had himself tested for the pandemic.

After taking the test, Nasir posted a picture on Twitter with the caption, "A friend I met in the US tested positive for corona yesterday. I've no symptoms but it was necessary to inform Control Room at Comm Khi's office. Got an effective response, the team visited me and took samples. Results tomorrow. Don't panic or be complacent. Help the government by volunteering information."

And now the result is out and thankfully it is negative.

His wife-to-be and the Laal Kabootar actor Mansha Pasha quickly took to Instagram and shared the good news with everyone. She explained how she herself had not seen Nasir since his return from the US due to his self-isolation. But she was happy that his test came out negative.

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"Coronavirus is a tough time, Jibran just had his test yesterday after finding out someone he met in the US had tested positive. Since his return from the US, we couldn't meet, I was afraid. He was concerned for everyone else's health that may get affected," said the star.

She then added with a sigh of relief, "Alhamdulillah his test came out negative today. Allah Ka Shukar." She thanked the coronavirus response team for their work and the Sindh government for taking prompt action and creating awareness about the issue.

Pasha concluded, "Please stay at home. For your mom, your dad, your grandparents. The virus will affect them more severely. Take all the necessary precautions. Wash your hands. Wash your hands."

Pasha and Nasir got engaged last year in December.

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