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The Younger actress revealed she had tested positive in a detailed social media post. "I have just tested positive for Covid-19.I AM OK," she reassured, adding, "Stay home people! Protect yourselves & your loved ones. Build up your immune systems. Good Luck & God Bless us all!"
"After a few days of self-quarantine, and not feeling great, I have tested positive for Coronavirus," the 51-year-old host of Bravo's Watch What Happens Live announced on social media. "As much as I felt like I could push through whatever I was feeling to do #WWHL from home, we're putting a pin in that for now so I can focus on getting better. I want to thank all the medical professionals who are working tirelessly for all of us, and urge everybody to stay home and take care of themselves."
On March 20, the former Bachelor star, 28, confirmed he tested positive. "For anyone out there that is hesitant to self quarantine... please do yourself and your loved ones a favor and stay home," he shared with followers in part on Instagram. "We will all beat this and come out stronger on the other side."
The 51-year-old actor took to his Instagram to share with his fans that he was diagnosed with COVID-19. He also posted a video about his journey. "Hi everyone- yesterday I was diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus," Daniel told his social media followers. "Looks like I'll be ok, but I wanted share my journey with you in the hopes that you find it informative or helpful. Hope you all stay safe, calm, and above all, healthy."
According to the royal palace, Prince Albert II, 62, has tested positive for COVID-19.
"I'm in bed with it and it's not nice," the Game of Thrones star shared via Instagram on March 18. "Stay safe and healthy and be kind to your fellow people."
The 31-year-old influencer, whose "Something Navy" blog has amassed 1.3 million Instagram followers, said she tested positive for coronavirus on March 18. "Now more than ever," Charnas wrote in part, "it's become even clearer that these precautions are absolutely necessary to slow down this virus and protect the people most vulnerable to its spread."
The singer-songwriter, 19, told her Instagram followers that she will be "completely fine" but urged others to continue social distancing.
The NBA star, 31, is one of four Brooklyn Nets players who tested positive for COVID-19. He told The Athletic, "Everyone be careful, take care of yourself and quarantine. We're going to get through this.'"
The 26-year-old Frozen 2 star shared her diagnosis on March 16, telling her Instagram followers, "Again, let's please be mindful of our decisions—now is the time to be smart and responsible. Let's take care of one another!"
The Archduke of Austria, 59, is the first known royal to contract COVID-19. "It's annoying, but I'm fine. It's not the Black Plague," von Habsburg told Austrian TV channel oe24, per People. "I thought it was the usual flu... I have to expressly praise the Austrian authorities because they act with measure and aim. Panic mood is not appropriate."
The Grammy-winning songwriter and producer announce he tested positive on March 17, writing on Instagram, "I am 29 years old. I am a healthy young man and I am going to get through this no matter what. I am going to make a full recovery. But there are so many people in my life and in the world that could possibly not get through this due to their age and/or a compromised immune system. This is why I am writing this post. I can't stress this enough. This is not a joke. Stay inside, stay sanitized. Please stop everything and take care of yourselves and the people you love around you, until we are all through this."
Multiple outlets reported on March 15 that the Universal Music Group CEO and chairman, 60, was hospitalized in Los Angeles after testing positive for coronavirus.
On March 11, the 63-year-old Oscar winner announced he had tested positive for COVID-19 while filming a movie in Australia. Hanks uplifted fans with his subsequent health updates, and days later E! News confirmed he and wife Rita Wilson were discharged from the hospital but were remaining in isolation at their home in Australia.
The country singer, 63, has certainly made the most of her time recovering from coronavirus, compiling and sharing a "quarantunes" playlist of hits for those also staying indoors. "So grateful for the outpouring of prayers, love and support. Means so much and strengthens us," she also shared on Instagram.
The British actor, 47, was joined by wife Sabrina Dhowre when he announced via video on March 16 that he tested positive for coronavirus after coming in contact with someone who had it. Elba, explaining that he didn't have any symptoms, said, "...Now's the time to really think about social distancing, washing your hands. Beyond that, there are people out there who aren't showing symptoms and that can easily spread it."
"We are in good health," the Game of Thrones star, 41, told his 3.7 million Instagram followers on March 16. "I only have mild symptoms of a cold. There are people at higher risk for who this virus might be a devastating diagnosis, so I urge all of you to be extremely careful; wash your hands, keep 1.5 meters distance from others, go in quarantine; just do everything you can to stop the virus from spreading."
The 40-year-old actress, who starred in the James Bond film Quantum of Solace, urged fans to take care of themselves in a post announcing she too had coronavirus on March 16.
After testing positive for COVID-19, the 27-year-old Utah Jazz player announced a $500,000 donation to support both the employee relief fund at Vivint Smart Home Arena and COVID-related social services.
Gobert's teammate announced his diagnosis on March 12. During an appearance on Good Morning America, the 23-year-old NBA star explained, "I have no symptoms which is a unique. When people ask me I would say if you were to tell me I could play in a seven-game series tomorrow, I would be ready to lace up. I'm just blessed to be able to be okay."
On March 14, multiple outlets reported that the Detroit Pistons player had become the third NBA player to test positive for COVID-19.
The Italian soccer star, 25, announced he tested positive for coronavirus on March 11. Rugani downplayed the severity of his symptoms, telling Football-Italia, "I'm fine, I've been pretty good. I haven't had the symptoms you read about in the news. I was lucky despite it being a good hit, because I was the first in our environment to get it. I hope it will serve to raise awareness."
On March 13, the 19-year-old English soccer pro said via Twitter that he "recovered" from coronavirus but would continue self-isolating.
Actor Matthew Broderick's sister, a 64-year-old rector out of Beverly Hills, was hospitalized prior to March 12 after testing positive for coronavirus. "My entire family is grateful for the concern about, and the well wishes for, my sister Janet," Matthew told Deadline two days later. "I'm happy to say she is feeling much better and is on the road to a full recovery. We are all very appreciative for the wonderful care she received from the amazing doctors and nurses at Cedars Sinai."