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CoVID-19 pandemic: top stars of Hollywood tested positive for the disease

CoVID-19 pandemic: top stars of Hollywood tested positive for the disease
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With the rapid spread of the deadly CoVID-19 all over the world, it is only natural that even the Holly celebs have not been out of its reach. Already several stars have been tested positive for the disease and are undergoing treatment for the condition. And, the list includes top names like Tom Hanks, Idris Elba, Colton Underwood, and more.

Idris Elba and his wife, Sabrina Dhowre, have both tested positive for CoVID-19. Speaking to Oprah Winfrey over FaceTime, she revealed that for now neither of them are feeling any of the common symptoms of the disease, but it might come up in the following weeks, and they will keep people informed when that happens.

Following the news that Colton Underwood has tested positive for the virus, fans of the popular ‘Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen!’ show also got to know that their beloved host, the 51-year-old Andy Cohen, has also come down with the virus. Andy was apparently not feeling good and had self-quarantined himself for a couple of days, until he was finally tested positive.

Colton also made a video to alert his followers about how serious the disease can be. He mentioned that he is 28-years-old, works out daily and eats healthy, and even then, he wasn’t immune to the virus. He is feeling too exhausted to go up the stairs or even go to the bathroom.

Stars of the immensely popular TV drama Game of Thrones, Kristofer Hivju and Indira Varma, have both tested positive for coronavirus. They are undergoing treatment at present and fans are praying for their speedy recovery.

On 18th March, a slew of stars were tested positive for novel coronavirus. Three players from Brooklyn Nets, along with the hugely popular Kevin Durant tested positive for the virus on this day, which added to the gravity of the situation.

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