Actor Karthi tweets about Suriya's health condition after testing positive for COVID-19!

Days after actor Suriya revealed shocking information that he had tested positive for the COVID-19 viral infection, his younger brother and actor Karthi has on Thursday said that Suriya has recovered from the novel coronavirus, is safe, and returned home. Suriya will be home quarantine for a few days and Karthi thanked everyone for the prayers and best wishes. 

Karthi took to Twitter and shared the health condition of Suriya. In his Twitter note, Karthi wrote, "Anna is back home and all safe! Will be in home quarantine for a few days. Can't thank you all enough for the prayers and best wishes". Earlier this Sunday, Suriya said that he had contracted the COVID-19 viral infection, becoming one of the top actors in the cinema industry to get spelled positive for the global pandemic.

Issuing a shocking call, Suriya said, "Let's all realize that our lives have not come back to normal. Yet we cannot confine ourselves to our homes due to fear. It is also important for us to stay cautious and safe. I convey my gratitude and affection to the dedicated doctors who are standing by us". 

Ever since he aired the tweet and post on his social media handles, thousands of fans, celebrities, and well-wishers from across and beyond the borders have been expressing their wishes to the actor to come back stronger.

Suriya was lastly seen in Sudha Kongara's directorial 'Soorarai Pottru' that was released on November 12, 2020, through Amazon Prime. While Suriya played the lead role, Aparna Balamurali, Karunas, Urvashi, and Paresh Rawal had acted in important roles. Suriya currently has signed to act in Vetrimaaran's directorial 'Vaadivasal', which has been expected to hit the big screens in the second half of 2021. 

According to the state health department, Tamil Nadu has reported 8,43,209 positive cases so far as of Wednesday of which 4,309 are active, 8,26,504 have been discharged, and 12, 396 have succumbed to the infection. Tamil Nadu has been witnessing a sharp decline in COVID-19 cases and the state had reported 479 fresh cases on Wednesday while 493 cases were recovered from the pandemic.