Henry Cavill shares on social networks as it is happening in the quarantine

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After that the production for the second season of ‘The Witcher’ out paused before a member of the production gave positive COVID-19, all went to their homes to spend the 14 days established for the quarantine, including Geralt of Rivia, who shares with us as it is happening from the house thanks to a picture that rose to social networks, this is to care for Henry Cavill of the coronavirus.

The first season of the story that is based on a series of fantasy books was a hit, so Netflix sent immediately to make a sequel, which was already in production and so not off the fever of the program. We met the powerful sorceress Yennefer who is with Geralt a warlock solo that is dedicated to hunt monsters to earn money, but their destiny is linked with Ciri, a young girl with extraordinary abilities that just she understands.

While some are dedicated to see series, storytelling for children, singing ‘Imagine’ by John Lennon or recreate a scene from a zombie movie, the british actor, 36 years old, she decides to eat a bit of bread, as shown in this image that rose to Instagram with the text: “bar insulation”.

This is to care for Henry Cavill of the coronavirus, with this massive protein bar that is sure to help you make more bearable quarantine, which has become almost obligatory in all the world, because the plan is not to spread the virus and affect the most vulnerable, because it is said that in the 14 may encounter the symptoms, that is when immediately you will have to go to the hospital.

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“We pause production before we realize (the diagnostic cast member), but as an additional precaution we will close the offices of production and Arborfield immediately and we will arrange for a deep cleaning and disinfection. This means that no one will have access to the production offices or Arborfield during that time,” wrote Netflix in a press release.