Idris Elba’s Wife Sabrina Dhowre Tests Positive for COVID-19
Sabrina Dhowre, wife of actor Idris Elba, revealed that she has tested positive for coronavirus. She and her husband were in self-isolation after the latter contracted the infection. It was on 21 March that Sabrina revealed this to Oprah Winfrey during a live stream for her new Apple TV+ series, Oprah Talks.
Oprah took to Instagram and shared a clip of the conversation between her and the couple.
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Rape Convict Harvey Weinstein Tests Positive for Coronavirus
Former movie producer and convict Harvey Weinstein, who is currently serving a prison sentence for sexual assault and rape, has tested positive for coronavirus, reported Reuters, on Monday, 23 March.
The 68-year-old has been placed in isolation at Wende Correctional Facility in Buffalo, an official told the news portal, after his test results were declared a day earlier on Sunday, 22 March. A number of staff members have been quarantined as well, the official added.
Prior to his transfer, he stayed at Rikers Island prison and a Manhattan hospital, where he was treated for chest pain.
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Olga Kurylenko Says She Has Recovered from COVID-19
Quantum of Solace actor Olga Kurylenko says she has “completely recovered” from coronavirus, two weeks after her diagnosis. The Ukrainian-born actor gave a health update on Instagram on Sunday and shared a picture in which she could be seen sitting with her son near the fireplace while wearing a face mask. “I have completely recovered,” she began her post. “For one week I felt pretty bad and was mostly in bed, sleeping, with high fever and strong headache. The second week, the fever was gone but some light cough appeared and I felt very tired. By the end of the second week I felt totally fine. Cough is almost gone although I still cough in the mornings but then it completely goes away for the day!” she added.
Anita Dongre Announces 1.5 Cr Medical Fund for Workers Affected by Coronavirus
In light of the escalating coronavirus health crisis, designer Anita Dongre has announced a medical fund of Rs 1.5 crore to support the company's smaller vendors, self-employed artisans, and partners who do not have medical insurance or coverage to prepare for medical emergencies arising from COVID-19. While the company provides medical insurance to its direct employees, Anita said the fund would be extended to them in case of emergency.