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Zoa Morani donates plasma the second time for COVID-19 treatment

Earlier this month, Zoa, a COVID-19 survivor, had donated her blood for plasma therapy trials for COVID-19 treatment.

Published: 27th May 2020 07:14 PM  |   Last Updated: 27th May 2020 07:14 PM   |  A+A-

Bollywood actress Zoa Morani

Bollywood actress Zoa Morani (Photo | Zoa Morani Twitter)

By IANS

MUMBAI: Producer Karim Morani's daughter, actress Zoa Morani, has donated her plasma for the second time for COVID-19 research and treatment at Mumbai's Nair Hospital today.

Earlier this month, Zoa, a COVID-19 survivor, had donated her blood for plasma therapy trials for COVID-19 treatment at the same hospital.

On Tuesday evening, she tweeted a photograph of herself from the hospital and shared that the last time it helped get a patient out of the intensive care unit.

"Plasma donation round 2 ! Last time it helped get a patient out of ICU, Note from my Doctor "hoping all recovered covid patients come out and donate their blood, u may be able to help someone" #NairHospital #IndiaFightsCorona #plasmatherapy," she wrote.

Zoa, her sister Shaza and their father Karim Morani, have been among the earliest reported COVID-19 cases in Bollywood.

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