Tom Hanks has given an update on his health after testing positive for the coronavirus, and it's good news!
Posting a message on Twitter, Tom revealed that he and his wife, Rita Wilson, have mostly recovered from the respiratory virus, writing: "Two weeks after our first symptoms and we feel better."
Rather than dwelling on his own predicament, however, Tom used the message to urge people to follow the precautions laid out by government and health officials since the outbreak, calling it "common sense" to stay indoors.
"[It's] 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," Tom continued. "We can figure this out."
This isn't the first time that Tom has encouraged people to follow safety precautions that have been put in place to try to slow the outbreak of the coronavirus. After testing positive, he said there were "things we can all do" to play our part.
Tom first announced that he and Rita had tested positive for COVID-19, the particular strain of coronavirus that's caused this pandemic, two weeks ago.
The couple were forced to bunker down in Australia, where Tom had been due to begin filming an Elvis Presley biopic. However, the illness didn't keep Tom and Rita's spirits down for long, as the Forrest Gump actor revealed that they had taken to playing card games to pass the time.
Tom also had the chance to learn how to properly spread Vegemite on his toast after Australians judged him for his first attempt.
Tom and Rita were the first celebrities to announce that they had tested positive for the coronavirus. Since then, stars including Idris Elba, Andy Cohen, and Frozen II actor Rachel Matthews have revealed that they too have tested positive.
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