“They are not upset, but they are obviously taking the necessary health precautions,” Chet Hanks. On the night of this Wednesday, March 11, the two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks announced through his social networks that he had contracted coronavirus (COVID-19) during his stay in Australia.
The actor assured in his publication that he and his wife would be under observation and would keep their followers up to date on the unfortunate situation. Now it is his son Chet Hanks, who gives more details about it.
Through a video on Instagram, the 29-year-old actor reconfirmed that his parents tested positive for (COVID-19). He assured me that he had already contacted them by telephone. But he insisted that Hanks and Wilson “are not so sick”; however, they will take the necessary steps to recover.
“If true. My parents contracted coronavirus. It is very crazy. They are both in Australia right now because my dad was filming a movie there, but I just spoke to them on the phone. They’re both fine, they’re not even that sick, “he said.
In addition, he mentioned that his parents are not concerned about the situation they are going through. Finally, he thanked the fans for their good wishes. “ They are not altered, but they are obviously taking the necessary health precautions.
I appreciate everyone’s concern and good wishes […] Much love for everyone, ”he commented in the clip. Given the unexpected news, Internet users have flooded social networks to take a position on it. Some have expressed concern and others have taken the situation with a bit of humor.
While we wait for the prompt recovery of the famous actor; The World Health Organization (WHO) recently classified the virus as a pandemic. The aforementioned pandemic has turned the film, television and entertainment industry in general, which have had to take extreme measures to postpone or cancel filming, premieres, and events.
Tom Hanks in addition to being filming the film about Elvis Presley under the direction of Baz Luhrmann, has another film soon to be released. This is Greyhound, which would premiere on June 12, 2020, in the United States (as long as the coronavirus allows it).