Despite battling deadly COVID-19 himself, actor Sonu Sood is leaving no stone unturned to help the needy amid the pandemic which is creating havoc in the nation at the moment. Known for his extraordinary philanthropic work, the actor recently took to his social media handle to inform his fans that he has tested negative for COVID-19. He shared a photo of himself posing in a blue tee and a white mask. The star captioned the post as, ‘Tested: COVID-19 Negative.’ As soon as he shared the post, actress Sonal Chauhan wrote, ‘Besttttt news’ in the comments section. Last week, the ‘Dabanng’ actor took to his Instagram handle to announce that he has tested positive for the virus. The star informed his fans and admirers that he is under home quarantine. He wrote, ‘Covid – positive. Mood & spirit – super positive. Hi everyone, this is to inform you that I have tested positive this morning for Covid-19. As a part of precautions I have already quarantined myself & taking utmost care, but don’t worry this gives me ample time to solve your problems. Remember I’m always there for you all.’ Well, just like last year when he helped millions of migrant workers to reach their homes amid the lockdown, this year too, the actor is on his toes to help those in need during the ongoing second wave of COVID-19. From Remdesivir injections, oxygen to hospital beds, the actor has been arranging everything for the COVID-19 patients who are in trouble. However, a few days ago, the actor seemed not satisfied with his efforts as the number of requests made to him is quite high and therefore is not able to meet the requirements, which left him disappointed. Taking to his Twitter handle, the film ‘Dabangg’ actor had shared statistics of the number of requests he receives from COVID-19 patients every day and out of which how many he succeeded in fulfilling. In his last post, he informed that while out of 422 requests for beds, he was able to arrange 196 and could provide 83 Remdesivir injections. However, the requests made for the injection were 527. He also helped those who were in need of oxygen. Often tagged as the ‘Real hero of India’ and ‘Messiah’ by his loyal fans, the actor also expressed his disappointment for not meeting the requirement completely and tweeted, ‘I wish we could have done better. Tomorrow will be better’. Earlier, after arranging 112 beds out of 570 requests on April 19 and 18 Remdisivir injections out of 1477 requests, the actor while calling his efforts and the health system of the nation as ‘failure’, tweeted, ‘Yes we have failed So is our health care system’.