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IPL 2020: Preity Zinta undergoes third Covid test, result is negative again

Preity Zinta, who is currently in Dubai to attend the IPL 2020, got a third Covid-19 test done after arrival in the country, and the outcome was negative again

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Kings XI Punjab co-owner Preity Zinta. File photo: PTI
Kings XI Punjab co-owner Preity Zinta. File photo: PTI

Preity Zinta, who is currently in Dubai to attend the (IPL) 2020, got a third Covid test done after arrival in the country, and the outcome was negative again.

The actress, who co-owns the team, still has to undergo two more tests.

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Preity shared a video of her getting her test done. In the clip, she is seen sitting on a sofa, while a doctor dressed in a PPE suit takes her nasal swab.

"3rd Covid test was done and the result was Negative. I'm so happy and relieved and grateful to this wonderful lady for being gentle while testing cuz it's quite an experience getting a covid test," she wrote alongside the clip.

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She added: "Now two more tests to go and 2 more days in quarantine. I've been so jet lagged that I got my quarantine days wron. It's #Day5 of Quarantine today. #Quarantinelife #Pzipldiaries #Ipl2020#Ting."

The IPL is set to commence on September 14.

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First Published: Tue, September 15 2020. 19:48 IST