Saif Ali Khan gets vaccinated with first COVID-19 dose in Mumbai
Saif Ali Khan who was last seen in Tandav has received his first COVID-19 dose in Mumbai. He was snapped outside a hospital last evening
India has apparently exported COVID-19 vaccines to around 43 nations across the world. The nation has played an important role in helping neighborhood countries to control the pandemic Coronavirus outspread. After PM Narendra Modi took his first COVID-19 dose, several politicians and celebs started heading to the hospitals to get vaccinated. The recent one to join the bandwagon is Saif Ali Khan, he was spotted outside a hospital and he apparently received his first dose.
The Indian government began the nationwide Coronavirus vaccination ride somewhere around two months back and the first ones to get vaccinated were the frontline workers. Just recently the officials have asked eligible senior citizens of above 60 years and people aging between 45 or older to get vaccinated. A renowned photographer in B-town, Varinder Chawla’s Instagram post stated that Saif Ali Khan was spotted outside a hospital in Mumbai on Friday evening. Dressed up in a casual outfit he appears to be standing in a queue.
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For the unversed, Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor recently welcomed their little bundle of joy. The couple is blessed with a baby boy for the second. Bebo has not made a public appearance since the birth of her second child.
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