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Bollywood's Amitabh Bachchan hospitalized with coronavirus

NEW DELHI – Amitabh Bachchan has tested positive for the coronavirus and is hospitalized in Mumbai, India’s financial and entertainment capital, the Bollywood superstar announced Saturday on Twitter.Bachchan, 77, said in a tweet on Saturday that his family and staff have also undergone tests and are awaiting results. He appealed to those who were in close proximity to him in the past 10 days to get themselves tested.The elder Bachchan has acted in more than 200 Indian films over the past five decades.

He is also a former politician and a television host.The Bachchans are often called Bollywood’s first family. His wife, Jaya, is also an actress and a one-time member of Parliament.

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NEW DELHI – Amitabh Bachchan has tested positive for the coronavirus and is hospitalized in Mumbai, India’s financial and entertainment capital, the Bollywood superstar announced Saturday on Twitter.Bachchan, 77, said in a tweet on Saturday that his family and staff have also undergone tests and are awaiting results. He appealed to those who were in close proximity to him in the past 10 days to get themselves tested.The elder Bachchan has acted in more than 200 Indian films over the past five decades.
NEW DELHI : In just three weeks, India went from the world’s sixth worst-affected country by the coronavirus to the third, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University. India's fragile health system was bolstered during a stringent monthslong lockdown but could still be overwhelmed by an exponential rise in infections.Here is where India stands in its battle against the virus:Steady climb, multiple peaksIndia has tallied 793,802 infections and more than 21,600 deaths, with cases doubling every three weeks.

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