Singer Kanika Kapoor has been discharged from the hospital where she was being treated for the coronavirus. The singer was tested negative for COVID-19 in the sixth report and on Monday, she was asked to leave for home, reported News 18. Even though the popular playback singer doesn’t have coronavirus now, she would still be tested once again to ensure that she’s not a possible carrier of the virus anymore. Kanika will also have to remain under isolation for 14 days.

The singer’s test reports came out on Saturday and she was declared corona-free by the doctors. Kanika battled with the coronavirus for over 15 days at Lucknow’s Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences. The singer had returned from the UK on March 9 and travelled to Lucknow and Kanpur from Mumbai. She also attended family gatherings and small parties with friends and relatives during the festival of Holi. However, Kanika didn’t know that she had contracted the virus until she experienced mild fever and dry cough and went to get tested. Also Read - Kanika Kapoor's Friend And Producer Karim Morani's Daughter Shaza Morani Tests Positive For The Coronavirus



Later, while she was admitted to the hospital, reports of her throwing tantrums surfaced around. However, both she and her family members refuted the reports saying she only asked for basic facilities like cleaning the ward and refused to change clothes behind a curtain. The director of the hospital, Dr RK Dhiman, alleged that Kanika had been behaving like a star and not like a patient inside the hospital. Also Read - Kanika Kapoor Finally Tests Negative For Coronavirus, Will be Kept Under Quarantine Until She Tests Negative Again

The singer was the first Indian celebrity to have gone public with her diagnosis of COVID-19.