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Tom Hanks reveals what it was like to be diagnosed with COVID-19 in Australia

“I was the canary in the coal mine”: Tom Hanks reveals that he didn’t understand how serious the disease was when he was first diagnosed with COVID-19 while in Australia with wife Rita Wilson

He shocked the world when he announced his diagnosis of the coronavirus in March while filming Baz Lurhmann’s Gold Coast movie Elvis Presley in March.

And now Tom Hanks has revealed what it was like to be the “coal mine canary” with his wife Rita Wilson when it came to COVID-19.

On Saturday, the Castaway star, 64, told The Daily telegram that hospital medical professionals had to explain to the celebrity couple what it meant to have the deadly virus.

“I Was the Canary in the Coal Mine”: On Saturday, Tom Hanks revealed what it was like to be diagnosed with COVID-19 while in Australia with wife Rita Wilson. Both depicted

“When we were told that we were positive, we thought,” What? What did we win? Tom recalled.

He added, “Then you get the facts. We were told, “This is why you should be careful; this is why it is very important that you do your bit.” ‘

While Tom and Rita became partially isolated to maintain their own health, they felt they had the “dual responsibility” of “not giving the virus to anyone else.”

“It is very important that you do your part”: While Tom and Rita became partially isolated to maintain their own health, they felt they had the “dual responsibility” of “not giving the virus to anyone else.” Rita is pictured before her diagnosis for the Sydney Opera House

The Hollywood couple stayed in the hospital for three days before returning to their rented Gold Coast home to remain in quarantine.

“I was certainly the canary in the coal mine. But now we are back where immunity cannot be guaranteed by the information I have read, “he said.

Tom, who has since returned to his Los Angeles home, reminded fans that they were still in the midst of the pandemic.

Speaking: Tom, who has since returned to his Los Angeles home, reminded fans that they were still in the midst of the pandemic.

Earlier this month, the Forrest Gump actor had a few choice words for anyone who declined to wear a mask or practice social distance to help control the spread of COVID-19.

“There are really only three things we can do to achieve tomorrow: wear a mask, social distance, wash our hands,” said the A-list Hollywood star. People.

“Those things are so simple, so easy, if someone can’t find in themselves to practice those three basic things – I just think you’re ashamed.”

Shame on You: Earlier this month, the Forrest Gump actor had a few choice words for anyone who declined to wear a mask or practice social distance to help control the spread of COVID-19

Shame on You: Earlier this month, the Forrest Gump actor had a few choice words for anyone who declined to wear a mask or practice social distance to help control the spread of COVID-19

Shame on You: Earlier this month, the Forrest Gump actor had a few choice words for anyone who declined to wear a mask or practice social distance to help control the spread of COVID-19

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