The spread of coronavirus has turned a global catastrophe as several new cases have been surfacing daily. However, it seems Hollywood actor Tom Hanks and wife Rita Wilson are gradually seeing improvement in their health. Hanks shared a health update on Monday after two weeks of hospitalization and self-isolation with the coronavirus.
Taking to his Twitter handle, he has informed that there has been a change in his health and they are feeling better since the symptoms first showed up two weeks earlier. Hanks has been completely vocal about his health offering regular updates to his fans, he has also urged them to respect lockdown advice.
Hanks is in the Gold Coast of Australia to shoot Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis Presley movie for Warner Bros in which the actor plays the legendary singer’s manager Colonel Tom Parker. Filming of the movie, which is scheduled to open on Oct. 1, 2021, has been on hiatus though hope persists that production will ramp up soon given Hanks’ recovery.
The pair was admitted to the hospital,here they were treated before being released into self-isolation last week. Meanwhile, the movie has since been put on ice to combat the spread of COVID-19 and encourage shutdown.
In a previous post, the 63-year-old actor stated that one week after testing positive and staying in isolation, he has resumed basic chores like folding laundry and doing dishes. The bad news - his wife Rita won 6 straight hands of gin rummy. And the actor has finally taken time to indulge in typing on his favorite typewriter.