Here are top Celebrities with coronavirus.
See names below – This includes actors, singers, footballers, football managers, etc
Kristofer Hivju: The “Games of Thrones” actor said in an Instagram post on March 16 that he had tested positive for the virus and that he, along with his family, was in isolation. “We are in good health — I only have mild symptoms of a cold,” said Mr. Hivju, 41. He urged people to take precautions and to distance themselves from others. “Together we can fight this virus and avert a crisis at our hospitals,” he said.
Prince Charles: The heir to the British throne has tested positive for the coronavirus, Buckingham Palace said on March 25.
Charles, 71, the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II, had been having mild symptoms but has “otherwise remained in good health” and is working from home, according to a statement released by Clarence House, the prince’s official residence.
Olga Kurylenko: The actress, perhaps best known for her role in the 2008 James Bond film “Quantum of Solace” and the “Magic City” television series, said on Instagram on March 15 that she had tested positive. “Fever and fatigue are my main symptoms,” she wrote.
Idris Elba: The actor posted a video on social media on March 16 to announce that he had contracted the coronavirus. “Listen, I’m doing OK,” he said in the video, appearing with his wife, Sabrina Dhowre Elba, who later tested positive herself. “I didn’t have any symptoms,” he added.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson: The Academy Award-winning actor and his wife, Ms. Wilson, both 63, said in a statement on March 11 that they were in Australia and had the coronavirus. Mr. Hanks was set to film a movie there about the life of Elvis Presley.
Plácido Domingo: The opera star, 79, disclosed on Facebook that he had tested positive for the coronavirus, writing on March 22, “I feel it is my moral duty to announce to you that I have tested positive.” He wrote that he had decided to get tested because he had a fever and cough.
John Prine: The influential singer-songwriter was hospitalized on March 26 after “a sudden onset of Covid-19 symptoms,” his family said in a statement. Two days later, he was in critical condition, the statement said. Mr. Prine, 73, has been celebrated for his evocative storytelling in such songs as “Angel From Montgomery,” “Hello in There” and “Lake Marie” in a career that spans five decades.
Slim Thug: The Houston rapper said on Instagram that he tested had positive for the coronavirus despite his best efforts to protect himself. Since the outbreak, he had been self-isolating and wearing a mask and gloves when outdoors. His symptoms included a fever and a cough.
Debi Mazar: The television and film actress best known for her roles in “Entourage,” “Goodfellas” and “Younger” said on Instagram on March 21 that she had tested positive after she and her husband and two teenage daughters came down with an “odd-bug” about a month ago. Two weeks later, she said, she began having intense body aches and a high fever. After learning of her positive test, she said, she and her family put themselves in quarantine.
Celebrities with coronavirus
Rachel Matthews: The actress, who was the voice of Honeymaren in “Frozen II,” said on Instagram on March 16 that she had tested positive and had been in quarantine for the previous week. She said her symptoms began with a sore throat and fatigue on the first day to shortness of breath and loss of appetite afterward.
Laura Bell Bundy: The stage actress best known for her run as the original Elle Woods in the musical adaptation of “Legally Blonde” announced on Instagram on March 25 that she had tested positive. Ms. Bundy told her followers that she was OK and that she had been following her doctor’s orders. She said she believed her symptoms were minor in part because she had been taking care of herself.
Colton Underwood: The leading man on Season 23 of the ABC reality show “The Bachelor” and former NFL football player said in an Instagram post on March 20 that he had tested positive.
“I’m 28, I consider myself pretty healthy, I work out regularly, I eat healthy and I became symptomatic a few days ago,” Mr. Underwood said.
He said he could not walk up a flight of stairs without being out of breath and that he was exhausted. “The reason I am sharing this is not to cause fear or panic,” he said, “but to hopefully encourage you guys to stay at home.”
Jackson Browne: The singer-songwriter tested positive for coronavirus, he told Rolling Stone magazine. Mr. Browne, 71, said he got tested after experiencing mild symptoms including a small cough and a temperature. “It’s important for us all to be pretty forthcoming about what we’re going through,” Mr. Browne said on March 24.
Daniel Dae Kim: The actor, best known for his roles on the television shows “Lost” and “Hawaii Five-0,” said in an Instagram post on March 19 that he had tested positive.
Mr. Kim, 51, said that he was in New York shooting “New Amsterdam,” an NBC medical drama in which he plays a doctor during a pandemic, when the coronavirus outbreak halted the production. He returned home to Hawaii, where he said he was tested at a drive-through facility.
Andy Cohen: The creator of the “Real Housewives” reality show franchise and host of Bravo TV’s late night talk show “Watch What Happens Live” said in an Instagram post on March 20 that he had tested positive.
Boris Johnson: The prime minister of Britain announced on March 27 that he had developed mild symptoms of a temperature and a persistent cough, and that on the advice of his chief medical officer, he took a test for the virus. It showed he had contracted it.
“I am working from home, I’m self isolating, and that’s entirely the right thing to do,” he said in a video on Twitter. “But be in no doubt that I can continue, thanks to the wizardry of modern technology, to communicate with all my top team to lead the national fight against the coronavirus.”
Brad “Scarface” Jordan: The rapper from Houston revealed he had the coronavirus on March 26. Mr. Jordan, one of the members of the hip-hop group Geto Boys, described his symptoms during a live stream to fellow bandmate Willie D. “I’ve been to the point where I just felt like I was going to die,” Mr. Jordan said, coughing frequently. He said his symptoms had begun with an itchy throat, and eventually included vomiting and difficulty breathing. “It was like an elephant sitting on my chest,” he said.
Celebrities with coronavirus
Joe Diffie: The country signer, who had a series of hits in the 1990s, including “Home,” “If the Devil Danced (In Empty Pockets)” and “Pickup Man,” has died of complications from Covid-19, his publicist told Rolling Stone. Mr. Diffie, 61, announced on March 27 that he had tested positive for the coronavirus.
Alan Merrill: The co-writer and singer of the original “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll” died on March 29 from Covid-19, according to a Facebook post by his daughter. “If anything can come of this I beg of you to take this seriously,” Laura Merill wrote in the post. “Money doesn’t matter. People are dying.”
TOP FOOTBALLER AND MANAGERS THAT TESTED POSITIVE TO CORONAVIRUS
- Mikel Arteta- Oga Arteta wey be di Manager of Arsenal
- Callum Hudson-Odoi
- Patrick Cutrone
- German Pezzella
- Dusan Vlahovic
- Jannes Horn
- Timo Hubers
- Daniele Rugani
Olympiakos (Greece) & Nottingham Forest (England)
- Evangelos Mainakis (Club Owner)
- Luca Kilian
- Omar Colley
- Albin Ekdal
- Manolo Gabbiadini
- Antonino La Gumina
- Morten Thorsby
Five players/staff, including Ezequiel Garay (Valencia)
Celebrities with coronavirus
HSEWatch is an all-encompassing Health and Safety platform. Always visit HSEWatch for Insightful HSE articles, HSE Jobs, HSE Training opportunities and HSE News.
If you have any question as related to health and Safety, feel free to ask us, we will guide you as much as possible.
You can also advertise your Health and Safety related products and services here on HSEWatch, contact us today on – Ubongeh4life@gmail.com
We are waiting to be of service to you.