India’s prime minister ordered all the people in the country to stay inside their homes for three weeks. Modi appealed to the people to stay home and maintain social distancing as this is the only way out right now to fight with the novel Coronavirus.
Due to the pandemic, lockdowns have been imposed in nations and people are stuck at home due to the quarantine.
Amid all this, actress Nafisa Ali is stuck in Goa with her family and is deprived of basic ration and medicines.
Nafisa Ali stuck in Goa amid lockdown
While talking to Hindustan Times the 63-year-old told, “The groceries shops are shut for the last six days. I’m a cancer survivor; I need to eat proper food. I’ve been eating just dry ration for the past many days — there are no vegetable, no fruits. We’re so cut off. I’m in Morjim and people here are having a terrible time. It’s only in Panjim that the situation is fine. My heart goes out to everyone.”
“All my medicines are finishing. The courier services are not working so I can’t have them delivered from elsewhere. So what option so I have now? I’m not taking any medicines, which is not good for my health,” she added.
Sodhi says she and her daughter’s family only had plans to stay here for 10 days when they arrived early this month from Delhi but had to extend the trip because of the lockdown. But, now she is miserably stuck with no medicines and proper food.
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She also shared that her niece, has been tested positive for Covid-19 in Bangalore. “She came back from Switzerland and got herself checked and it was positive. She was in the hospital and has now recovered completely.” Nafisa added.
Nafisa is known for her films like Junoon, Bewafaa, Life In A… Metro and Yamla Pagla Deewana.