Tom Hanks talked about the symptoms of Covid-19 after found himself positive with the virus in the month of March. Oscar-winning actor Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson found positive and now after they recover from the virus, he shared his experience of recovery.
Hanks said he feels like his bones were made of soda crackers. 63 years old star had different symptoms when they contacted the virus in Australia.
In a recent Interview of THE GUARDIAN, he told it was while when he was traveling from the US to Australia for an Elvis Presley biopic. The tragedy happened there and he even did not know about this first.
Tom Hanks thanked the Australian Govt.
Now that he and his wife returned from Australia, he thanked everyone who helped them to fight against the virus.
‘Thanks to our friends Down Under who guaranteed our safety and saw us through,” Tom told Ally Langdon after she jokingly called him ‘Australia’s most famous COVID patient”.
Tom Hanks’ new movie:
His new movie Greyhound will now release on Apple+ instead of releasing in theatres due to this global pandemic. Tom played the role of Commander Ernest Krause the naval officer on his first mission in World War Two.
Symptoms of Covid-19 in Tom Hanks:
On Tuesday night he did chit chat virtually with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show and shared the experience how he felt while battling the virus.
“We had no idea how it could have happened, where it could have happened,” Tom said in an interview. He also told that” His wife lost taste and smell, she had severe nausea, she had a much higher level than I did”.
He added,” I had a bone that was made of soda crackers. Every time moved out I felt something was cracking inside of me.” He also explained he had a sore butt. He went through from a rough time when he was suffered fro covid-19. And now he is requesting to every people to wear masks and take precautions while going outside and stay away from virus.
Tom Hanks urging everyone to stay safe and wear masks.