Celebrities, Athletes and Politicians Who Have Tested Positive for Coronavirus

From Boris Johnson to John Prine and the N.B.A. star Kevin Durant, public figures have shared their conditions and advice with the world.

From left, Andy Cohen, Kevin Durant, Rand Paul.Credit…Nicole Sweet/USA Today Sports, via Reuters; The New York Times

John Prine: The influential singer-songwriter was hospitalized on March 26 after “a sudden onset of Covid-19 symptoms,” his family said in a statement. Two days later, he was in critical condition, the statement said. Mr. Prine, 73, has been celebrated for his evocative storytelling in such songs as “Angel From Montgomery,” “Hello in There” and “Lake Marie” in a career that spans five decades.

Idris Elba: The actor posted a video on social media on March 16 to announce that he had contracted the coronavirus. “Listen, I’m doing OK,” he said in the video, appearing with his wife, SabrinaDhowre Elba, who later tested positive herself. “I didn’t have any symptoms,” he added.

The actor Idris Elba announced that he had the new coronavirus: “I’m doing OK.”Credit…Joyce Kim for The New York Times

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson: The Academy Award-winning actor and his wife, Ms. Wilson, both 63, said in a statement on March 11 that they were in Australia and had the coronavirus.On March 28, Mr. Hanks announced on Twitter that he and Ms. Wilson were home “and, like the rest of America, we carry on with sheltering in place and social distancing.”

Plácido Domingo: The opera star, 79, disclosed on Facebook that he had tested positive for the coronavirus, writing on March 22, “I feel it is my moral duty to announce to you that I have tested positive.” He wrote that he had decided to get tested because he had a fever and cough.

Chris Cuomo: The CNN anchor said in a statement on Twitter on March 31 that he had tested positive for the coronavirus. Mr. Cuomo, 49, said he had a fever, chills and shortness of breath after recently being exposed to people “who have subsequently tested positive.”

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Callum Hudson-Odoi, right, of Chelsea F.C., said he had recovered but was still isolating himself from others.Credit…Paul Childs/Action Images, via Reuters

Kevin Durant: On March 17, the Brooklyn Nets announced that four of their players had tested positive for the coronavirus, but did not name them.

Callum Hudson-Odoi: The Chelsea Football Club player, who tested positive, said on Instagram that he had recovered but was still following health guidelines including isolating himself from others.

Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell: The Utah Jazz stars became the first N.B.A. players to test positive for the virus, helping push the league to freeze its season.

Sean Payton: The New Orleans Saints coach told ESPN that he tested positive on March 19. Mr. Payton said he did not experience fever as a symptom.

Jason Collins: The retired NBA star said on Twitter on March 24 that he had tested positive for Covid-19 and that he believed he contracted it while on a trip to New York City in early March.

James L. Dolan: The owner of the Knicks tested positive for the coronavirus, the team announced on March 28.

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, wife of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada, tested positive for the coronavirus. Mr. Trudeau has shown no symptoms and has not been tested.Credit…Stephane Mahe/Reuters

Boris Johnson: The prime minister of Britain announced on March 27 that he had developed mild symptoms of a temperature and a persistent cough, and that on the advice of his chief medical officer, he took a test for the virus. It showed he had contracted it.

Prince Charles: The heir to the British throne has tested positive for the coronavirus, Buckingham Palace said on March 25. The Duchess of Cornwall has also been tested but does not have the virus,” the statement said, referring to Prince Charles’s wife, Camilla. They are self-isolating at their home in Scotland.

Rand Paul: Senator Rand Paul, Republican of Kentucky, became the first senator and the third member of Congress to test positive.

John Bessler: The University of Baltimore law professor and husband of Senator Amy Klobuchar, Democrat of Minnesota, tested positive for the coronavirus, she said on Monday. Mr. Bessler “has pneumonia and is on oxygen but not a ventilator,” Ms. Klobuchar wrote on Medium.

Gregory M. Aymond: Archbishop Aymond of New Orleans, 70, said in a statement that he tested positive after having some mild symptoms, including a fever. He has self-quarantined.

Francis Suarez: On March 13, the mayor of Miami confirmed that he had tested positive. Mr. Suarez remained in isolation while he governed the city remotely. In disclosing the diagnosis, Mr. Suarez became one of the first U.S. elected officials to announce he had the coronavirus.

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau: The wife of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada tested positive for the virus. “She is feeling well, is taking all the recommended precautions and her symptoms remain mild,” the prime minister’s office said in a statement on March 12. Mr. Trudeau, who has shown no symptoms and has not been tested, said that the family would be in isolation and that he would work from his home in Ottawa for 14 days.

Prince Albert II of Monaco: The prince tested positive for Covid-19 and was being closely monitored by physicians and specialists, according a statement from his office on March 19.

At least six members of Congress have tested positive for the disease and 40 have quarantined themselves at some point during the coronavirus pandemic. They include Representatives Mario Diaz-Balart, Republican of Florida; Ben McAdams, Democrat of Utah; and Nydia M. Velasquez,  Democrat of New York.

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