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Zubeen lauds govt role in COVID fight

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GUWAHATI, May 13 - Zubeen Garg is now enjoying his time watching movies in his room at Hotel Radisson Blu here where he and three others are being kept in quarantine after they reached Guwahati from Mumbai yesterday.

�We all are fine. Yesterday we took rest after the tiring journey. At present none of us have any health issue and Zubeen da is busy watching movies,� Siddhartha Sarma, who also accompanied Zubeen in the bus journey, said.

After a four-day bus journey, Zubeen, who was stuck in Mumbai since March, arrived here in the intervening night of Monday and Tuesday. Soon after, Zubeen, his wife Garima Garg and two other associates were screened at the Sarusajai centre. They were then taken to Hotel Raddison Blu for 14-day quarantine.

Zubeen said that he would follow all the guidelines issued by the government vis-�-vis COVID-19. He had left for Guwahati on May 8. The iconic musician, who had collapsed at a function in Guwahati in February, had gone to Mumbai for advanced treatment.

Zubeen, lauding the efforts of the State Govt in its fight against COVID-19, also thanked Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma for facilitating his travel back to Guwahati.

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Zubeen lauds govt role in COVID fight

GUWAHATI, May 13 - Zubeen Garg is now enjoying his time watching movies in his room at Hotel Radisson Blu here where he and three others are being kept in quarantine after they reached Guwahati from Mumbai yesterday.

�We all are fine. Yesterday we took rest after the tiring journey. At present none of us have any health issue and Zubeen da is busy watching movies,� Siddhartha Sarma, who also accompanied Zubeen in the bus journey, said.

After a four-day bus journey, Zubeen, who was stuck in Mumbai since March, arrived here in the intervening night of Monday and Tuesday. Soon after, Zubeen, his wife Garima Garg and two other associates were screened at the Sarusajai centre. They were then taken to Hotel Raddison Blu for 14-day quarantine.

Zubeen said that he would follow all the guidelines issued by the government vis-�-vis COVID-19. He had left for Guwahati on May 8. The iconic musician, who had collapsed at a function in Guwahati in February, had gone to Mumbai for advanced treatment.

Zubeen, lauding the efforts of the State Govt in its fight against COVID-19, also thanked Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma for facilitating his travel back to Guwahati.

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