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Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson from the Queensland hospital and that they were caught in the five days after the worldwide announcement that she tested positive for feline corona virus (COVID-19), us magazine People reported on Tuesday.
A rep for Hanks told the outlet that the man and the woman in the pair had left the hospital in Australia, and have now been quarantined in a house due to the ‘social distance’ in itself, which is supported by the whole of the world.
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On Wednesday of last week, Hanks and Wilson, who are both 63, has sent shock waves through the media as if they’re revealing their diagnosis, on a visit to Australia for work, where Hanks was a meeting with a production company on an upcoming Elvis Presley biopic.
“Hi there, folks. Rita and I have been to here in Australia. We were a little bit tired, when we have a cold, and a bit of pain in the body. Rita has had a few chills that came and went. Low-grade fever as well. In order to play on the things, which are needed in the world at the moment, we have tested for the corona virus, and it has been positive,” Hanks wrote on Instagram at the moment.
Hanks and Wilson were on the track of the world aware of their situation and expressed their gratitude to the parties who are responsible for them, to help them in their time of uncertainty.
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On Thursday, Hanks shared an update on their health, with a photo of himself and Wilson laughed, noticing that they are things “one-day-at-a-time.”
“Hello, folks. @ritawilson and I would like to thank everyone on here Down-Under, who’s taking good care of us,” Hanks wrote in the caption. “We have a Covid-19 and, in isolation, so we don’t spread it to someone else.”
Update went on to say, “There are some people for whom it could lead to a very serious illness. We are taking it one-day-at-a-time. There are some things we can all do to get through it by following the advice of the experts to take care of ourselves and each other, isn’t it? Don’t forget, in spite of all the recent events, there’s no crying in baseball.”
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On Sunday, Hanks repeated the sentiment on Twitter, writing, “Thank you to the Volunteers. Let us take care of ourselves and each other,” he, along with a photo of his snack of vegemite on toast and a glass of water.
A rep for Hanks, do not immediately react to Fox News’ request for comment
Fox News is the’ Wet Day, and Jessica in Rome contributed to this report.