The actor Norwegian Christopher Hivjuknown the character of Tormund in the series Game of Thrones, has reported through its account of Instagram that tested positive for coronavirus.
Next to a picture of him and his wife Gry has stated: “Hello from Norway! I’m sorry to say that today I tested positive for COVID-19, the coronavirus. My family and I will be isolated at home for the time that is necessary. We have good health, I have only mild symptoms of a cold.”
However, in the same message he has wanted to alert you of the complications that can make this disease. “There are people with greater risk for those of this virus can have a diagnosis devastating, so I urge you to be extremely careful, wash hands, stay within 1.5 meters of distance from others, remain in quarantine. Simply, do everything possible to have the spread of the virus”, he asked.
“Together we can fight this virus and prevent a crisis in our hospitals. Please, take care of each other, keep your distance, and stay healthy!”, added to the recognized interpreter.
Together we can fight this virus and prevent a crisis in our hospitals
The actor Norwegian has given the news right after you have begun to shoot the second season of the series The Witcher, and the disease Hivju would have been the responsible of the paralysis of the shoot after that will alert an individual of the cast was suffering from coronavirus.
Christopher Hivju is not the only face of the film world that has been infected by coronavirus. The first celebrities to announce who had the virus were Tom Hanks and Rita Wilsonwho have announced this Monday that have been discharged in the hospital in Australia that were.
On the other hand, the british Idris Elba also announced this Monday that he has given you test positive for coronavirus and encouraged in his message to stay at home without panic.
“I feel good, I don’t have symptoms until now, but I’ve been insulated from that I discovered my possible exposure to the virus. People, stay at home and be pragmatic. I will keep you posted on how I am. Nothing of panic,” he wrote alongside a video from your quarantine.