Entertainment Bryan Cranston still feeling effects of coronavirus

10:15  04 december  2020
10:15  04 december  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Actor Bryan Cranston took to social media on Thursday to announce that he had tested positive for the coronavirus despite “adhering to the protocols.” The Breaking Bad star said he has since recovered from the virus and is now donating his plasma to help others. “About now you’re probably feeling a

Bryan Cranston has a special COVID-19 announcement for those who have had the novel "About now you're probably feeling a little tied down, restricting your mobility and like me, you're tired of this," he In the post, Cranston said he "was one of the lucky ones" because he only had mild symptoms.

Bryan Cranston still hasn't fully regained his sense or smell months after his COVID-19 battle.

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The former 'Breaking Bad' actor has opened up on his recovery from the respiratory illness - which he contracted back in March - and while he's in good health, he admitted he is still feeling the effects.

Appearing on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', he said: "The only thing that lingered, and still is to this day, is I lost a percentage of my ability to taste and smell.

"I think about 75 percent has come back, but if someone was brewing coffee, and I walk into a kitchen, I cannot... smell it."

The 64-year-old star - whose wife Robin Dearden got coronavirus first - revealed he was ill for about 10 days.

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Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston has revealed he has had coronavirus and urges people to wear face coverings. The US actor said he was “one of the lucky ones” as his symptoms The Malcolm In The Middle star said: “I was pretty strict in adhering to the protocols and still … I contracted the virus.”

In an Instagram post Thursday, 64-year-old Bryan Cranston revealed he’s recovering from a mild bout of COVID-19, and showed videos of himself preparing to donate plasma for research at UCLA’s Blood and Platelets Center.

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He added: "We had a few days of achiness, but not enough to keep you in bed.

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Bryan Cranston . March 27 ·. During this time of uncertainty and change I’m thinking of you all and hope you’re looking after yourselves and your Let's not forget, kids are feeling the same anxiety and uncertainty we all are right now and making SEL a priority in our schools is more important than ever.

"I had a temperature of 99 for about three hours, and then just exhaustion for a week after that."

He joked that he and Robin got the virus early because they "didn't want to miss out".

He quipped: "It was a surprise to us because we heard it was coming over, and then all of a sudden, she got it first. She gave it to me because we share."

Bryan previously insisted he felt lucky to have only experienced mild symptoms, and he didn't to open up about the illness right away because Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson had shared their own diagnosis.

He explained: "It was early on in March. Just around the same time that Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson got it, my wife and I got it.

"They came out with it right away, and I thought 'That's great.' There's no need for another celebrity to say, 'Hey, I got it too.' So I just kept it quiet.

"We were very lucky. So many people are suffering desperately from this. My wife and I had a week of extreme exhaustion and some body aches, a little dry cough. And then it was gone."

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