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Big news and very sad news got out by Tom hanks says he has coronavirus

Big news and very sad news  got out by Tom hanks says he has coronavirus 

Tom has said he and his wife had tested positive while in Australia, where he was set to begin production on a film.
Mr Hanks and Ms Wilson, both 63, are in Australia, where a film about Elvis Presley's life was made for him. "We felt a little tired like we had colds and other body aches," the actor who received the Academy Award said in a statement. "Rita was getting chills coming and going. Even mild fevers. We were screened for coronavirus to do things right, as is required in the world right now, and were found to be positive.

He added that he and Ms Wilson "will be monitored, examined and isolated as long as it is appropriate for public health and safety." "Not much more than a one-day-to - a-time method, no?"In his article, Mr Hanks said that he had shared a photograph of a single medical glove in a hazardous waste container on Instagram. "We'll keep the world informed and updated." Mr Hanks is by far the most famous celebrity figure to claim he's got the virus and immediately becomes the face of an epidemic that's cascaded across the globe, by going public with the facts. With the severity of the pandemic still being discussed in some parts of the media, hearing that Mr Hanks, the star of movies like "Saving Private Ryan" and "Apollo 13," has been knocked out that make the situation appear to some Americans even more visible. The N.B.A. announced that it was suspending its season at nearly the same time as Mr Hanks had issued his statement. Hours earlier, the N.C.A.A. said that basketball competitions for its men and women will be held without the spectators.

Ann Curry, a journalist and former host of NBC's "Today," said on Facebook, "Alright, now we all have someone we love diagnosed with #coronavirus." Other Hollywood stars extended their support to the couple immediately.
Mr Hanks plays the part of Colonel Tom Parker, Presley's eccentric husband, who groomed the popular singer for stardom in the 1950s, in the film he was making in Australia.

Production on the film, directed by Baz Luhrmann and not yet named, is scheduled to commence on Monday. The company behind the film, Warner Bros., said it covers "over 20 years, from Presley's rise to fame to his unparalleled stardom, against the backdrop of the changing cultural climate and the loss of innocence in America."The Australian Mr Luhrmann wrote the screenplay with Craig Pearce, with whom he also wrote "The Great Gatsby" and "Moulin Rouge!"Australia has had confirmations of more than 120 outbreaks of coronavirus.

"The health and welfare of employees of our company is still our highest priority and we are taking steps to protect anyone who works around the world on our productions".
Overall we all hope for their betterment and hope they will be fit soon.

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