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Jackie Chan assures fans that he is safe from coronavirus and not in quarantine

Jackie Chan addresses growing concern about his safety because of the corona virus: “Thanks for everyone’s concern! I am safe and well

  • Jackie Chan went to his website and social media to assure fans that he is safe and not quarantined amid the worries of the corona virus
  • The Hong Kong resident receives gifts, including face masks, from people around the world as a fear of the virus spreading
  • Chan’s new Chinese action movie, Vanguard, was postponed in January due to concerns about the possible spread of the corona virus in cinemas
  • The film star offered a $ 197,000 reward for the development of an antidote
  • At the last check, more than 84,000 people fell ill and nearly 2,900 died from the corona virus, most in mainland China

At the last check, more than 84,000 people became ill and nearly 2,900 died from COVID-19, also known as the corona virus.

With most infections in mainland China and nearly 100 in Hong Kong, there is a growing concern that Jackie Chan may be one of those affected, either with the virus or under quarantine.

On Thursday, the global film star, 65, went to his website and social media to assure fans that he was doing well.

“Thanks for everyone’s concern! I am safe and healthy, and very healthy, “he shared on Instagram. “Don’t worry, I’m not in quarantine. I hope everyone remains safe and healthy! “

All good: Jackie Chan has addressed the growing concern about his safety due to the corona virus. He was seen above in January

All good: Jackie Chan has addressed the growing concern about his safety due to the corona virus. He was seen above in January

It appears that the native Hong Kong has received gifts, including face masks, from people around the world as fear of the virus spreading.

“I also received some very special gifts from fans around the world during this very difficult time,” Chan added in a statement at www.jackiechan.com.

“Thanks for the face masks. Your attention has been well received! And I have asked my dear staff to give your kindness through those organizations to those who need it the most. “

Alright! “Thanks for everyone’s concern! I am safe and healthy, and very healthy, “he shared on Instagram. “Don’t worry, I’m not in quarantine. I hope everyone remains safe and healthy! “

The release of Chan’s new Chinese action movie, Vanguard, was postponed in January due to concerns about the possible spread of the corona virus in cinemas.

The virus mainly passes from one person to another via respiratory droplets from the airways, often during coughing and sneezing.

The time between exposure and the onset of symptoms is usually between two and 14 days. Those symptoms include fever, cough, and breathing difficulties.

Coronavirus fears: the release of Chan's new Chinese action movie, Vanguard, was postponed in January due to concerns about the possible spread of coronavirus in cinemas. Earlier this month, the film star offered a $ 197,000 reward for the development of an antidote

Coronavirus fears: the release of Chan's new Chinese action movie, Vanguard, was postponed in January due to concerns about the possible spread of coronavirus in cinemas. Earlier this month, the film star offered a $ 197,000 reward for the development of an antidote

Coronavirus fears: the release of Chan’s new Chinese action movie, Vanguard, was postponed in January due to concerns about the possible spread of coronavirus in cinemas. Earlier this month, the film star offered a $ 197,000 reward for the development of an antidote

There is currently no vaccine or specific antiviral treatment.

Earlier this month Chan offered a $ 197,000 reward for developing an antidote, according to the Straight Times in Singapore, as reported by Fox news.

The virus was first identified in December 2019 in Wuhan, China.

Of the 84,000 people infected, more than 36,000 people have since recovered.

Most of the 84,000 coronavirus infections have been to mainland China; A China Airlines cockpit crew is pictured with protective masks after arriving on a flight from Taipei at Los Angeles International Airport

Most of the 84,000 coronavirus infections have been to mainland China; A China Airlines cockpit crew is pictured with protective masks after arriving on a flight from Taipei at Los Angeles International Airport

Most of the 84,000 coronavirus infections have been to mainland China; A China Airlines cockpit crew is pictured with protective masks after arriving on a flight from Taipei at Los Angeles International Airport

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