Olga Kurylenko from 'Quantum of Solace' Confirms Testing Positive for Coronavirus
Ukrainian born actress, Olga Kurylenko is in self-isolation after she tested positive for Coronavirus. She revealed this in an Instagram post on Sunday.
"James Bond" actress, Olga Kurylenko has joined the list of celebrities who have tested positive for Coronavirus. In an Instagram post on Sunday, the actress revealed that she had been locked up at home after her diagnosis.
Posting a gloomy photo from outside her window, the 40-year-old actress explained that she had been ill for almost a week and added that she had fever and fatigue as her primary symptoms.
Olga is reported to have just finished shooting her upcoming movie, "The Bay of Silence," and it is uncertain whether there would be a need to quarantine those who were present with her on set.
The Ukrainian born rose to the limelight as a model after she was discovered at the age of 13. She has since then moved on to star in films such as "The Water Diviner," "Oblivion," and "The Room."
Olga's diagnosis came days after Tom Hanks and his wife, Rita Wilson, announced that they had both tested positive for the virus. Tom and Rita are also undergoing self-isolation in Australia, where they were diagnosed.
On Sunday, the actor tweeted a photo of a stuffed Kangaroo and a Koala watching over his covered toast. He captioned the photo by thanking his helpers and urging everyone to keep taking care of themselves and each other.
Thanks to the Helpers. Let’s take care of ourselves and each other. Hanx pic.twitter.com/09gCdvzGcO— Tom Hanks (@tomhanks) March 15, 2020
In the United States, over 3,700 people have been diagnosed with the virus, and a total of 69 deaths have been recorded so far.