The actors american Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, were discharged on Monday from the australian hospital in which they were entered from five days ago, after testing positive for the coronavirus.
The couple moved to a rental house in Australia, where they remain in quarantine until you are completely out of danger, for them and for others, according to a representative of the actor to the magazine People.
The followers of the couple of actors and their colleagues in the industry have been very happy and relieved that both of them have been discharged, since this means that the greater risk to your health happened. Both Rita as Hanks are patients who are in the higher range of vulnerability, since both are 63 years old.
“Thank you to the staff of help! Let us be careful of ourselves and others”, wrote Tom Hanks in their social networks.
Last week, Hanks surprised the world by reporting on his Twitter account that he and his wife had given positive COVID-19.
The couple was in Australia because of a commitment to work with the actor, who was filming a movie about Elvis Presley in Gold Coast, on the east coast of Australia.
The actors went to the doctor after feeling with fatigue, fever and muscle aches and after undergoing the test, tested positive and were admitted immediately.
Tom Hanks interpreted the representative of the “king of rock”, the colonel Tom Parker, in the production of Warner Bros, and will return to the film set once you are fully recovered and that the situation returns to normal after this great crisis of global health.
The actors were the first famous actors that were positive for the coronavirus. After them, they’ve got the american actor Idris Elba; the actress Ukrainian Olga Kurylenko, one of the Bond babes; the colombian Danna Garcia, known for her role in the soap opera Pasión de Gavilanes; the Norwegian Christopher Hivju, Tormund in Game of Thrones, among others.
The fields of politics and football have also been affected, after the infection of the wife of the canadian prime minister, Justin Trudeau; the press secretary of the president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro; and the Spanish political Carolina Darias, Santiago Abascal, Irene Montero, Javier Ortega, Ana Pastor, and Macarena Olona.
The Italian footballer of the Juventu, Daniele Rugani; the head coach of Arsenal Football Club of the English Premier League, Mikel Arteta; and several footballers of Sampdoria of the Italian Serie A were also positive for the COVID-19.