The heir to the British throne has tested positive for COVID-19, but his wife, Camillia, has tested negative. Prince Charles has been displaying mild symptoms but remains in good health and has been working from home.
Country music star, Joe Diffie, passed away on March 29 due to complications from the coronavirus. He had just announced he tested positive for the virus two days before he died.
Pink announced on April 4th that she and her 3-year-old son, Jameson, had recovered from COVID-19. On Instagram Live, she said, "At one point I heard myself saying, ‘I thought they promised us our kids would be OK.’ And it’s not guaranteed. There’s no one who is safe from this."
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson
On March 11, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson announced that they had tested positive for COVID-19 and were admitted to a Gold Coast hospital in Australia. His caption on Instagram stated, “We felt a bit tired, like we had colds, and some body aches. Rita had some chills that came and went. Slight fevers too.” They are now home, recovered, and quarantining.
Former Bachelor star, Colton Underwood, announced on Twitter that he has tested positive for the coronavirus. His captions said, “The virus doesn’t care how old or healthy you are. Please take care of yourselves and your loved ones and stay home.”
The NBA Utah Jazz basketball star, Rudy Gobert, caused quite the stir after mockingly touching the microphones at a media event on March 9. Three days later he tested positive for COVID-19. Gobert apologized on Instagram for his actions.
Game of Thrones actor, Kristofer Hivju, was diagnosed with the coronavirus on March 16. He and his family have been self-isolating since he tested positive. Kristofer posted on Instagram and said that his symptoms are very mild.
On March 20, Andy Cohen announced he had been diagnosed with the coronavirus. According to his Instagram, he had been self-quarantined for a few days, and hadn’t been feeling well before testing positive.
The UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, revealed he tested positive for coronavirus on March 27. His symptoms are mild – a slight temperature and a persistent cough. Since he tested positive, he’s been working from home and has been self-isolating. He promised his country that, “we will get through this.”
Kevin Durant is one of four Brooklyn Nets players who tested positive for the coronavirus. Durant told The Athletic that he has been feeling fine.
New Orleans Saints head coach, Sean Peayton, was the first known person in the NFL to test positive for COVID-19. According to NFL.com he’s been ‘cleared’ of the virus and is doing well.
In September, one of Trump's aids tested positive for the coronavirus. Soon after, Trump and Melania tested positive as well. So far, he's stated he's feeling sluggish and tired. Other than that, he's doing okay. White House medical professionals will be monitoring him closely.
Idris Elba posted a video on social media saying he has tested positive for the coronavirus on March 16. He had no symptoms, but said he was isolating himself from others.
Donovan Mitchell, another player for the Utah Jazz, has also tested positive for the virus. He spoke about his diagnosis in a Good Morning America interview and explained that despite the test results, he isn’t in any pain.
After coming in contact with a team member who recently tested positive, Trisha Yearwood (56) and Garth Brooks (59) began quarantining, hoping for the best. However, she was diagnosed with COVID-19 shortly after. Brooks has come out to say, "Anyone who knows me knows my world begins and ends with Miss Yearwood, so she and I will ride through this together."
Floyd Cardoz, world-renowned celebrity chef and winner of Season 3 of Top Chef Masters, died on March 25 after testing positive for the coronavirus. He was hospitalized a week earlier for a fever.
Olga Kurylenko revealed via Instagram she tested positive for COVID-19 on March 15. Kurylenko wrote, “Locked up at home after tested positive for coronavirus. I’ve actually been ill for almost a week now. Fever and fatigue are my main symptoms. Take care of yourself and do take this seriously.”
CEO of Universal Music, Lucian Grainge, has been hospitalized after diagnosed with the coronavirus. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Grainge is receiving treatment at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles.
Rachel Matthews, who voiced Honeymaren in Frozen 2, announced via Instagram that she had tested positive for the coronavirus and has been in quarantine since. She posted, “Unsure of what the next step is (been getting mixed info so will keep you posted) but obviously will remain in quarantine until told to do otherwise.”
Broadway star, Aaron Tveit, revealed that he has tested positive for COVID-19 on March 23. Tveit wrote, “I have been taking this situation extremely seriously, even before I was tested. I want everyone to realize that this can affect anyone. And even if you aren’t feeling sick or showing drastic symptoms, please take heed, stay safe, stay healthy, and I hope to see everyone at the theater again soon.”