Can Spider Man have COVID?

Superheroes, it seems, are not without their pandemic concerns.

Actor Tom Holland, who plays Spider-Man in the Marvel saga, said the test was done for COVID-19 and showed the moment in a YouTube video.

Holland recently felt bad and, like millions, the first illness that popped into her mind was COVID.

Therefore, he went to take the test and filmed the moment in a video that was uploaded to YouTube. It is clear that the buccal swab causes him to gag.

Apparently, the tests for COVID-19 have begun to be mandatory on the Hollywood sets and outside the country, while many productions resume filming.

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, the first

On March 12, Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson were the first stars to announce that they had contracted the coronavirus during a filming in Australia.

In a statement posted on Instagram, Hanks and Wilson said they tested positive for coronavirus in Gold Coast, a city on Australia’s east coast.

The Hollywood couple was working on pre-production for the upcoming Hanks movie, Elvis presley, where Hanks plays the singer’s iconic manager, Colonel Tom Parker.

On the social network, Hanks said that he and his wife, both 63, began to feel bad. Wrote:

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“Hello friends. Rita and I are here in Australia. We feel a little tired, as if we had colds and some body aches. Rita had chills that came and went. Also mild fever. To get things right, as needed in the world right now, we were tested for the coronavirus and found to be positive. However. What to do after? Medical officials have protocols that must be followed. Hanks will be evaluated, observed, and isolated for as long as public health and safety require. It’s not much more than a one-day-at-a-time approach, is it? We will keep the world published and updated Take care!

Other celebrities who have tested positive for COVID so far are: British actor Idris Elba; the protagonist of the Monk series, Tony Shalhoub; Good Morning America host George Stephanopoulos; singer Pink; CNN Hosts Chris Cuomo and Brooke Baldwin; Prince Charles; comedian Andy Cohen, and basketball player Kevin Durant.

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