Ukrainian actor Olga Kurylenko who worked in 2008 James Bond film Quantum of Solace has been tested positive for the coronavirus. The actor took to social media to announce that she had fatigue and fever for a week and she was found to be infected with the COVD-19. Olga, who’s 40-year-old, mentioned that she is ‘locked up at home’ and everyone should take this infection seriously as it can happen to anyone, anywhere in the world. Also Read - Coronavirus Impact on Film Industry: Losses Around Rs 800 cr Due to Theatre Shutdown, Delay in Releases And Suspended Shootings
Olga is a popular model and actor. She was also seen in 2013 sci-fi drama Oblivion. In an Instagram post that she made on Sunday, she wrote, “Locked up at home after having tested positive for Coronavirus. I’ve actually been ill for almost a week now. Fever and fatigue are my main symptoms. Take care of yourself and do take this seriously!” (sic) Also Read - Tom Hanks-Coronavirus Health Update: Woman Who Clicked Photo With Actor Goes For Test
Olga is the second celebrity to have gone public with her diagnosis after Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson who were tested positive of the coronavirus last week and currently in isolation for 14 days. Like Olga, the couple also asked all to take this seriously and take immediate precautions.
Meanwhile, the latest James Bond film – No Time to Die, stands pushed to November for the release amid the shutdown of theatres across the world. In India, the release dates of Hindi movies Sooryavanshi and Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar have been deferred.
WHO declared coronavirus a pandemic. Currently, over 6000 have been killed worldwide due to the infection. In India, over 1000 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed by the health ministry amid a partial lockdown in the country.