The cases of coronavirus are staggering but so are the recovery rates. As celebrities continue to share their corona stories, actress Olga Kurylenko recently revealed that she has totally recovered from the disease.
Bond girl Olga Kurylenko has announced that she is now corona free. In her latest Instagram post, the actress shared that she has recovered from the disease.
"I’m fine! And now I’m just enjoying this time to reflect on many things and spend my time with my son."
In the picture, the French-Ukrainian actress was holding her son Alexander and she commemorated mother's day in the caption. It truly was a happy mother's day for her.
According to Olga, she spent most of her time in bed during the first week of her illness. She had a high fever and strong headaches. The second week was comparatively better since the fever was gone but her cough persisted.
I have completely recovered.
By the end of the second week, the actress was feeling fine again. Although she revealed that she still coughs during the mornings, it completely goes away by the day.
In a tweet, Hanks revealed that he and his wife were feeling much better after their initial symptoms during the first two weeks. He also encouraged his followers to take care of each other.
Rita Wilson and Tom Hanks attend the premiere of "The Circle" during the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival at Borough of Manhattan Community College on April 26, 2017. | Source: Getty Images
Hanks ended his tweet with some words of hope, saying that this chaos will come to an end if we just adopt precautionary measures and practice social distancing.
"Going to take awhile, but if we take care of each other, help where we can, and give up some comforts…this, too, shall pass."
Just like the rest of the world, celebrities are also spending time indoors amid the pandemic. Other celebrities who tested positive for coronavirus include Idris Elba, Kristofer Hivju, Daniel Dae Kim, and Andy Cohen.
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