Brief List of Athletes|Politicians and Celebrities who have Tested Positive for Coronavirus

Brief List of Athletes|Politicians and Celebrities who have Tested Positive for Coronavirus

The coronavirus outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China has now become a global pandemic impacting over 196 countries worldwide. From celebrities to politicians and athletes, here is a complete list of all the big celebrities who have tested positive for Coronavirus.

They are among the hundreds of thousands who have tested positive for the coronavirus as it has spread around the world. Many of the famous figures, by going public with their diagnoses, have helped put a face to the virus, sharing updates via social media and giving interviews about their symptoms and conditions.

List of Athletes Politicians and Celebrities Who Have Tested Positive for Coronavirus

Brief List of Athletes|Politicians and Celebrities who have Tested Positive for Coronavirus

First, here is the list of celebrities who have tested positive for Coronavirus.

1. Tom Hanks & Rita Wilson

Last week, social media was shocked to learn that Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson both tested positive for coronavirus while working in Australia. They’ve since gone into isolation and are “taking it one-day-at-a-time.” Tom has been posting updates on social media, and Rita shared a “Quarantines” playlist

2. Olga Kurylenko

On March 15, Olga Kurylenko, who starred opposed Daniel Craig in the 2008 James Bond film Quantum of Solace, said she tested positive for coronavirus. The Ukrainian–born French actress shared the news on Instagram, where she urged followers to take the virus seriously.

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3. 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.

4. Kristofer Hivju

This Norwegian actor is best known for playing Tormund Giantsbane on Game of Thrones. He shared this week that he tested positive for coronavirus and is self-isolating at home in Norway with his family. He said he has “mild symptoms,” and encouraged followers to “do everything you can to stop the virus from spreading.”

5.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.

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Here we have completed the list of celebrities who have tested positive for coronavirus but there is much more name on this list which we have not mentioned. You can also get more names on the link.

List of Athletes who have Tested Positive for Coronavirus

Brief List of Athletes|Politicians and Celebrities who have Tested Positive for Coronavirus

 Here is the list of athletes who have tested positive for Coronavirus.

1.Rudy Gobert & Donovan Mitchell

These two NBA players on the Utah Jazz team have tested positive for coronavirus. Rudy Gobert caused some controversy when he was caught jokingly touching microphones at a press conference before knowing he had the virus. Rudy apologized on social media for endangering people.

2. Serhat Guler

On March 25, the Turkish Boxing Federation said national team member Serhat Guler and trainer Seyfullah Dumlupinar tested positive for the coronavirus after returning from an Olympic qualifying competition in London.

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A third name was not mentioned but the statement said the federation was awaiting test results from two other athletes who showed symptoms.

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3. Jason Collins

 On March 24, Collins, who played 13 National Basketball Association (NBA) seasons from 2001 to 2014 and who spent seven-plus years with the Brooklyn Nets, said on Twitter he believes he caught coronavirus on March 4 when the Nets hosted the Memphis Grizzlies.

4. Ottawa Senators

An unidentified Ottawa Senators player has tested positive for the new coronavirus, the first known case in North America’s National Hockey League. The Senators said the player has mild symptoms and is in isolation, and that they were notifying anyone who had close contact with him.

5. Deportivo Alaves

The Spanish football club confirmed a total of 15 positive coronavirus cases, including three players from the first-team squad and seven members of the coaching staff. None of those affected have displayed any symptoms, the La Liga side said in a statement on March 18.

List of Public Figures who have Tested Positive for Coronavirus

Brief List of Athletes|Politicians and Celebrities who have Tested Positive for Coronavirus

Here is the list of Public Figures who have tested positive for Coronavirus.

1. Prince Charles

A spokesperson for the heir to the British throne said on March 25 that Prince Charles had tested positive for the coronavirus and was displaying mild symptoms. The Duchess of Cornwall tested negative and is now isolating with her husband in Scotland. The queen recently saw Prince Charles on March 12, but is herself “in good health,” according to the spokesperson.

2. Rand Paul

On March 22, Rand Paul became the first United States Senator to test positive for the coronavirus. The news was relayed on his official Twitter account, where a spokesperson said he’s “doing fine” and in self-quarantine. “He is asymptomatic and was tested out of an abundance of caution due to his extensive travel and events. He was not aware of any direct contact with an infected person,” the statement said. “He expects to be back in the Senate after his quarantine period ends and will continue to work for the people of Kentucky at this difficult time.”

3. Prince Albert 

Monaco’s Prince Albert II has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, the principality said in a statement on Thursday, adding there were “no concerns for his health”. The titular head of the Mediterranean enclave is continuing to work from his private apartments at the royal palace, the statement said.

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4. Francis Suarez

Miami mayor Francis Suarez announced he had contracted the virus on March 13, sharing a video in an effort to allay fears about his symptoms. Since his diagnosis, he has been sharing daily “digital journals” to update the public on his condition and local government efforts to fight the pandemic.

5. Sophie Gregoire Trudeau

 On March 12, the wife of Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau tested positive for COVID-19 following a trip to the United Kingdom. Gregoire Trudeau said she planned to remain in isolation for the next two weeks, together with her husband. Her symptoms have been described as mild.

Deaths of celebrities and Officials by Coronavirus

1. Steven Dick

The deputy head of mission at the British Embassy in Budapest has died after contracting coronavirus, the United Kingdom’s Foreign Office said on March 25.

2. Floyd Cardoz

The Season 3 winner of the United States shows Top Chef Masters died on March 25 after testing positive for coronavirus.

3. Manu Dibango, Saxophonist

Jazz musician Manu Dibango, who fused African rhythms with funk to become one of the most influential musicians in world dance music, died March 24 of an illness linked to the coronavirus, according to his music publisher. He was 86.

4. Mark Blum

Blum, the actor known for roles in “‘Crocodile’ Dundee” and “Desperately Seeking Susan,” died March 25 from complications of COVID-19. He was 69.

Blum died at New York-Presbyterian Hospital after being diagnosed a week prior to the coronavirus, said Janet Zarish, his wife of 15 years. The couple had not traveled recently or knowingly been in contact with anyone with the virus, she said, but Blum had asthma.

5. Lucia Bosè

Italian actress Lucia Bosè, who starred in such films as Michelangelo Antonioni’s “Story of a Love Affair” (1950) and Juan Antonio Bardem’s “Death of a Cyclist” (1955), died on March 23 of pneumonia after contracting COVID-19, and she was 89.

List of Celebrities who have tested positive for Coronavirus Youtube Video

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