Sonam Kapoor treated at Kokilaben hospital for swine flu

Sonam Kapoor who is tested positive for swine flu has been flown from Rajkot hospital to Mumbai Kokilaben hospital by an air-ambulance.

"Sonam Kapoor, who was being treated at the Sterling hospital for swine flu infection has been taken to Mumbai today by an air-ambulance," Medical Director of the hospital, Dr Kamal Parikh, told PTI.

Sonam who was shooting in Rajkot for upcoming film 'Prem Ratan Dhan Payo' developed high fever, cough and cold and when medical tests were carried out; she showed positive signs for swine flu. She was initially being treated at Rajkot hospital and after her mother Sunita Kapoor arrived in Rajkot, after consultation with doctors, the actress was shifted to Mumbai and was admitted at Kokilaben hospital.

Last month also the actress was admitted to Kokilaben Ambani hospital for respiratory infection. She then tweeted with a photo captioned, #Hate being sick… Oowie.

— Sonam Kapoor (@sonamakapoor) February 9, 2015