Dwayne the Rock Johnson: Actor and family had Covid-19

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The Rock made the announcement in an Instagram video

” It has absolutely nothing to do with politics. Use your mask. It is a reality. And it is the right thing to do.”

Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson states that he and his family had all contracted Covid-19.
The former wrestler, who is now the worlds highest-paid star, stated he, his other half and 2 children captured the infection despite being “disciplined” about health care.
He stated the favorable tests were “a start the gut”.
Now, he included, “were on the other end of it and no longer contagious. Thank God, were healthy.”
Johnson, 48, stated he. his other half Lauren, 35, and their daughters Jasmine and Tiana, aged four and two, contracted the infection about two-and-a-half weeks earlier.

They caught it from “extremely close household friends” who, in turn, had no idea how they had actually been contaminated.
” I can inform you that this has been among the most tough and difficult things we have actually ever had to sustain as a household,” Johnson said in a video posted on his Instagram account.
” Testing positive for Covid-19 is much different than conquering nasty injuries, or being kicked out or perhaps being broke, which I have been more than a few times,” he included.
” My primary priority is to always secure my household.”
” We are counting our true blessings today because were aware that it isnt constantly the case that you get on the other end of Covid-19 more powerful and healthier,” stated Johnson.
” It baffles me that some people out there, consisting of some politicians, will take this concept of using masks and make it part of a political agenda.
” It has absolutely nothing to do with politics. Use your mask. It is a fact. And it is the ideal thing to do.”
Dwayne Johnson followed his dad Rocky to become a professional wrestler and a World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) star.
He ended up being a substantial success in the sport before turning to acting, starring in smash hit motion pictures such as The Scorpion King, Fast & & Furious 6 and the Jumanji franchise.
The former wrestler reportedly made $87.5 m (₤ 67m) in the year to June, including $23.5 m for the Netflix thriller Red Notice.