Idris Elba gives fans an update about his and wife Sabrina's health condition after both testing positive for Coronavirus.
Idris Elba is in high spirits as he self-quarantines with his wife, and he decided to share a video update with his fans about their conditions on Twitter.
"We're both doing okay, still asymptomatic. We've passed the quarantine period but we're a little bit stuck in limbo as we can't get a flight back home."
Idris and Sabrina Elba at the UK premiere of “Yardie” on August 21, 2018 | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
Given the circumstances, Idris revealed that he and Sabrina will remain in self-quarantine for the mean time, and are just grateful that they are okay as they believe the worst of it has already passed.
While they're both ready to head home, it's been made difficult because they can't get a flight back due to widespread flight cancellations. For now, they're willing to stay put and do their part in curbing the rise of Coronavirus patients.
Sabrina decided to get tested for COVID-19 after Idris tested positive.
During the time of Idris Elba's positive diagnosis, his wife Sabrina decided not to self-isolate herself away from him. While this received flack from people, she said that their decision was because she most likely was already exposed anyway.
Ultimately, Sabrina decided to get tested for COVID-19 after Idris tested positive. True enough, she got the same diagnosis and they decided to self-quarantine together.
They've remained asymptomatic throughout their diagnosis, with minimal flu symptoms here and there. Overall though, they feel fine and are in high spirits as they try and go back to normal.
Both Sabrina and Idris admitted that they're not quite used to staying put, as they're always out and about because of their busy schedules. This self-quarantine time has enabled them to get complete rest and it's something they're thankful for.
Meanwhile, there has been a constant rise in Coronavirus patients in America, causing the government to extend lockdowns in many different areas and asking families to stay home.