Producer Karim Morani‘s elder daughter and Bollywood actor Zoa Morani has been tested positive for the coronavirus. A family member revealed the news to news agency PTI saying her test reports came out in the evening yesterday and she, too, was found infected with COVID-19. Zoa’s younger sister, Shaza Morani, is already hospitalised after testing positive for the coronavirus on Monday. Also Read - Karim Morani's Daughter Zoa Morani on Sister Shaza Contracting COVID-19: She Had no Symptoms, I Had

Zoa’s first reports came out to be negative. However, she was kept at the hospital for further tests and it was in the second test that she got diagnosed with the disease. While Zoa stays at the Kokilaben Hospital, Shaza is at the Nanavati hospital currently. PTI quoted a family member saying, “She had tested for COVID-19 and her results came positive by evening. She is in Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, whereas Shaza is under medication at Nanavati.” Also Read - Kanika Kapoor's Friend And Producer Karim Morani's Daughter Shaza Morani Tests Positive For The Coronavirus



The report also mentioned that all the family members of the two sisters including their house-helps and other people who got in contact with them are currently being tested separately. In her latest interview with Mid-Day, Zoa had revealed that both she and Shaza were travelling by mid-March, however, as soon as they returned, they self-isolated themselves and didn’t even meet their parents. Also Read - Salman Khan, Rekha, Sonakshi Sinha And Other Bollywood Celebrities Dazzle at Azhar Morani-Tanya Seth's Wedding Reception

Zoa said she had been shooting in Jaipur while her sister had gone to Sri Lanka with friends. The actor added that it was she who developed the symptoms first and feared that she gave the infection to Shaza as well. Zoa said she had a mild fever and dry cough but the first test came negative. Shaza, on the other hand, didn’t show any symptoms of the coronavirus and yet she was tested positive.



Both the sisters are under complete isolation and being observed closely. More tests will be conducted soon.