Christopher Hivju (‘The Witcher’, ‘Game of Thrones’) has been cured of the coronavirus


Finally a good news. The actor Christopher Hivju, who became famous for playing the lovably Tormund in ‘Game of Thrones’, has announced on his Instagram that he and his wife, Gry Molvaer Hivju, have been cured of the coronavirus. In mid-march they shared with their followers that they had tested positive, and that I would be quarantine. After that period, and the other of insulation in your home, the two are already free of virus.

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“Hello! We are fully recovered and in good health after I was infected with coronavirus, and most likely my wife too. After several weeks in quarantine, and a couple of more weeks in isolation after being symptom-free, finally we are safe and sound. We were lucky to have only mild symptoms of COVID-19. We send all our love and thoughts to all the people where the virus has attacked more strong, and to those who have lost their loved ones on the coronavirus. Thank you all for your support, and please remember to remain vigilant and keep the distances, wash hands, and above all, take heed to each other at this time weird. Much love from our part” it says in its publication on Instagram, accompanied by a photo of the couple on a cliff.

Of ‘Game of Thrones’ to ‘The Witcher’

Christopher Hivju was already immersed in the filming of his new series when he was caught in the pandemic and they had to stop the filming. The actor has joined the second season of ‘The Witcher’, the successful series from Netflix starring Henry Cavill. Be construed to Nivellena man who suffers a curse for the people considered him a monster.

The second season of ‘The Witcher’ does not have a release date yet, though we knew that would not arrive until 2021.