The world has been upside down due to a deadly virus that has spread across the globe. Coronavirus is mainly caused by a group of viruses that causes respiratory infections that are normally mild but in some of the rare cases, it can also be fatal. The symptoms are showing up in the people within 14 days of contact with the virus. As the number of infected people with COVID-19 has been increasing day by day, some of the celebrities have also come forward with their COVID-19 Diagnosis.
Here is the list of celebrities who have shared their diagnosis reports with the public, let’s have a look….
Tom Hanks & Rita Wilson
Hollywood star Tom Hanks along with his wife Rita Wilson are among the first few celebrities who are tested COVID-19 positive. He was in Australia when he made this shocking announcement. Now both of them are in isolation after that.
The NBA star Kevin Durant told The Athletic’s Shams Charania that he was one of the four Brooklyn Nets players that have been tested positive for COVID-19. Durant is reportedly under treatment and is feeling fine.
Actor Kristofer Hivju, who has played the role of Tormund on “Game of Thrones,” made the announcement on Instagram that he has tested positive for COVID-19 in Norway when he gave his samples for test after having mild cold symptoms. He further said that he along with his family are self-isolating.
Sophie Gregoire Trudeau
Wife of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with his wife, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, has also tested positive for the coronavirus. Trudeau’s office said that following the advice of doctors, Justin Trudeau will also follow the precautionary measure and “will be in isolation for a planned period of 14 days.” They also said that the symptoms of his wife’s symptoms are mild and she is feeling well at the present.
His office later revealed that because Trudeau has shown no symptoms, doctors say that there are no risks to those who were earlier been in contact with him.
NBA star, Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert (27) is also tested positive for coronavirus, which then led the NBA to take the unexpected step of suspending its season.
Actor Idris Elba, after being tested positive for COVID-19, tweeted a video statement where he made this announcement. He said he is now doing okay and has no symptoms, but that he was exposed to someone to tested positive. Elba also said that his wife, who is also an actress and model, Sabrina Dhowr, hadn’t been tested. He said, “This is serious,” and now this is the time to “really think about social distancing.”
Actress Olga Kurylenko, who was starred in the year 2008 James Bond film “Quantum of Solace,” also made the announcement via an Instagram post, where she declared that she has coronavirus. She said she’s been ill for quite some time and have a fever and fatigue. She’s now recovering at home.