- Idris Elba contracted the dreaded coronavirus and was extremely concerned
- It has been said that the effects of the virus are ten times harsher when the person ha underlying conditions, Idris has anathema
- Having conquered the virus. Idris is relieved that his anathema did not make it any worse and that he was able to beat it
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Testing positive for the COVID-19 virus and spending time in quarantine, British actor Idris Elba and his wife Sabrina have shared with their fans that feel fine.
The actor that stared in The Mandela – Long Walk to Freedom, was confirmed positive for the virus last month. He took to Twitter on Wednesday to give information to his fans regarding his condition.
YEN.com.gh saw that in a recent video Elba shared about his coronavirus experience, he and his wife were doing okay and that they were still asymptomatic.
He went on to say that even though their time in quarantine was over, they still could not travel home due to worldwide travel restrictions. He went on to say that they would have to stay a little longer but that he thinks the worst is probably over.
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The time in quarantine was rather difficult as Elba doesn’t sit still and they both had a bit of cabin fever.
Elba is extremely grateful for not falling seriously with the virus and urges all people to stay positive and healthy.
With him been asthmatic, Elba said he thought it was going to be a lot worse. He also gave thanks to all those helping others through these difficult times.
Not knowing exactly where Elba contracted the virus, he did say that he believes it could have been at a charity event he attended at the beginning of March.
All he is sure of is that he has been exposed to the virus from March 4.
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