Public Figures Diagnosed with Coronavirus 2020
The coronavirus has spread to many nations, with huge amounts of deaths. Now a pandemic, the virus has become so prevalent, not even famous faces are immune to COVID-19, which has caused Broadway plays, numerous TV and film events, parties and live shows to be closed down.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson
The first well-known personalities to reveal they were diagnosed on a trip to Australia, where they are isolated now, were the celebrity power couple Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson. Unluckily, coronavirus has been affecting more public figures announcing their positive diagnosis of coronavirus as the world is dealing with the spread of the deadly virus. Others, like Emily Ratajkowski, Orlando Bloom and Charles Barkley, have publicly announced that they are self-isolating as a precaution, while some like Naomi Campbell share hygiene advice in her extreme hazmat suit during the pandemic.
25-year-old Juventus player Daniele Rugani was also diagnosed with the disease. His teammate Cristiano Ronaldo is in quarantine but the virus has not been screened positively. Rugani plays football for the Italian national team. He is the first player to test positive for the virus in the world’s top football league, as the epidemic continues to spread throughout the globe.
At a press conference before his diagnosis, the 27-year-old NBA player from Utah Jazz was roundly criticized for carelessly handling microphones. Gobert donated $100,000 each to fund social care related to coronavirus in Utah and Oklahoma City, and €100,000 (about $111,000) to his home country, France, the Utah Jazz.
The first diagnosis for the Premier League was the Arsenal manager. He is 37 years old. Mikel Arteta told after testing positive for coronavirus that he is feeling better now. The Gunners have closed their training area for football, while workers who have had contact with Arteta lately are self-isolating.