Singer Kanika Kapoor has been tested positive for the coronavirus fifth time in 10 days, reported Times Now. The news channel flashed the details of the singer’s diagnosis and revealed that even though the doctors say she’s stable, she’s yet to recover from COVID-19. Kanika is currently admitted at the Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGI) in Lucknow where she has been kept at the self-isolation ward, meant for the coronavirus patients, for over past 10 days. Also Read - Coronavirus: Kanika Kapoor's Doctor Talk About Her Health, Says She's 'Taking Food Normally'

Last week, when she was tested positive fourth time, her family members reportedly expressed concern about her treatment wondering if she’s even responding to the medicines given. Rumours were also rife that Kanika was put in the ICU because of her deteriorating health condition. However, in an Instagram post made on Monday, she refuted all the rumours and mentioned that she’s stable and is positive about being tested negative the next time. Also Read - Kanika Kapoor Posts Health Update on Instagram, Says She's Not in ICU And Misses Her Kids

In his statement to news agency ANI this morning, Dr RK Dhiman, the director of SGPGI said Kanika is being taken care of. He said the popular playback singer is taking her food, responding to the treatment and one should not believe any rumours. Also Read - Kanika Kapoor Health Update: Singer Tests Positive For The Coronavirus Fourth Time, Claims Family Member

As per the protocol, even if Kanika is tested negative next time in the diagnosis, she will be kept in the self-isolation ward for next 14 days and more tests will be conducted to ensure that the coronavirus symptoms have not returned or are not returning. The sixth test is expected to be conducted by the end of this week.

The Baby Doll singer was diagnosed with COVID-19 after she returned from the UK on March 9 and travelled to Lucknow and Kanpur from Mumbai. The UP Health ministry set up several teams to track people who came in contact with Kanika in those days. So far, no person who met Kanika has been tested positive for the deadly virus.