April 08, 2020
The famous author of "Harry Potter," Joanne K. Rowling, has fully recovered after experiencing symptoms of the novel coronavirus, a while ago.
Recently, the virus's symptoms started to manifest in the author's body; it lasted for up to 2 weeks before she finally recovered from it. J.K. Rowling also tried to educate those who might also show COVID-19 symptoms by posting a video on Twitter.
Author Joanne Rowling was born on July 31, 1965, in Gloucestershire, England. She started writing books at an early age of six; Rowling wrote her first book, "Rabbit," in 1971.
J.K studied French and the Classics at the University of Exeter, in 1986. Also, she went to Moray House School of Education at the University of Edinburgh in 1995 to study modern languages.
Rowling came up with her "Harry Potter" idea on a train moving from Manchester to London. Over the years, she worked on this genius idea and put it into reality.
In 1997, Rowling was able to publish her first Harry Potter book, "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone." She released her second book, "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets," in 1998.
Rowling also published several other books in the series. The author published other books like "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" and "Quidditch Through the Ages."
Rowling married Jorge Arantes in 1992, and they later had a divorce in 1995 after having a kid. She then got engaged to Neil Murray in 2001, whom she is currently married to.
The "Harry Potter" author has three children, Jessica, David, and Mackenzie, 2005. She had Jessica in her earlier marriage with Jorge and her last two kids, with Neil.
She tried to look for ways to tackle it, and thankfully, she got a video from YouTube. In the video, a doctor from Queens hospital showed how to tackle and relieve the respiratory symptoms.
J.K. Rowling tried it, and it did work for her. The mother-of-three didn't hesitate to share the video with others who might have the same symptoms.