All The Celebrities Who Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus

With over 17.3 million cases of coronavirus worldwide, celebrities and civilians alike have been impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

From Doja Cat to Bryan Cranston to Anna Camp, stars and public figures from around the world have helped put a face to the international health crisis by sharing their diagnoses.

Here’s a roundup of celebrities who have announced that they have the coronavirus. (UPDATED 7/31)

Doja Cat

On July 24, the “Say So” singer revealed that she contracted coronavirus after previously saying she didn't fear the virus.

"I'm okay now," Doja told Capital XTRA, explaining that she has since recovered, but still remains unsure as to how she contracted COVID-19. "It was a four-day symptom freakout, but I'm fine now."

Bryan Cranston

The Breaking Bad star announced on Instagram July 30 that he had recovered from COVID-19.

“I was pretty strict in adhering to the protocols and still... I contracted the virus,” Bryan captioned a video of himself donating his antibody-positive plasma for research. “Yep. it sounds daunting now that over 150,000 Americans are dead because of it. I was one of the lucky ones. Mild symptoms. I count my blessings and urge you to keep wearing the damn mask, keep washing your hands, and stay socially distant. We can prevail - but ONLY if we follow the rules together.”

Anna Camp

On July 21, the Pitch Perfect star shared on Instagram that she believes she contracted the coronavirus after not wearing a mask in public one time.

“I felt it was my responsibility to share that I ended up getting Covid-19,” Anna wrote. “I have since tested negative, but I was extremely sick for over three weeks and still have lingering symptoms. I was incredibly safe. I wore a mask. I used hand sanitizer. One time, when the world was starting to open up, I decided to forgo wearing my mask in public. One. Time. And I ended up getting it. I believe it may have been because of that one time.”

She went on to detail her symptoms, writing, “People are saying it’s like having the flu, but I’ve had the flu, and this is absolutely not that. The panic of contracting a virus that is basically untreatable and is so new that no one knows the long term irreparable damage it does to your immune system is unbelievably stressful. Completely losing my sense of smell and taste without knowing when or even if they will return is extremely disorienting. I’m only smelling about 30 percent of how I used to now. Other persistent symptoms are (a month later) dizziness, extreme fatigue, impacted sinuses, upset stomach, nausea, vomiting, and fever.”

Anna continued, “I’m lucky. Because I didn’t die. But people are. Please wear ur mask. It can happen any time. And it can happen to anyone. Even that one time you feel safe. We can all make a difference. Wearing a mask is saving lives.”

Mel Gibson

The 64-year-old actor spent a week in the hospital after testing positive for COVID-19. "He tested positive in April and spent a week in the hospital," Mel’s rep told People on July 23. "He was treated with the drug Remdesivir, while in the hospital, and has tested negative numerous times since then as well as positive for the antibodies."

Jack Nicklaus

The 80-year-old golf legend announced on July 19 that he and his wife, Barbara, both tested positive for COVID-19 in March.

"It didn't last very long, and we were very, very fortunate, very lucky. Barbara and I are both of the age that is an at-risk age," he told CBS' Jim Nantz, adding that he dealt with a sore throat and cough and that his wife was asymptomatic.

Marc Lamont Hill

On July 15, the activist and tv personality announced that he’d “been fighting Covid-19 this week.”

“It’s been tough but I’m managing and self-quarantining,” he wrote on Twitter. “Please wear masks. Please observe social distancing. Please stop sharing conspiracy theories and bad science.”

Kevin Stitt

The Oklahoma Governor, who pushed to reopen his state, announced on July 15 that he was the first governor to test positive for coronavirus.

"I want to use my story to remind Oklahomans that if you aren't feeling well, we want you to get tested," he said.

Shereé Whitfield

On July 14, the 50-year-old Real Housewives of Atlanta alumna announced on Instagram that she tested positive for coronavirus.

"I just want you guys to know that this is no joke," Shereé said of the virus in her video announcement. "I'm feeling much better today. Thank you to everybody who knew they had not heard from me and reached out ... I just have been out of it.'

Russell Westbrook

The Houston Rockets guard announced on July 13 that he’d tested positive for Covid-19.

"I'm currently feeling well, quarantined, and looking forward to rejoining my teammates when I am cleared. Thank you all for the well wishes and continued support. Please take the virus seriously. Be safe. Mask up. #whynot,” he wrote on social media.

Karol G

The Colombian singer recently tested positive for coronavirus after undergoing a test in Miami, the Los Angeles Times reports.

According to the outlet, Karol G’s diagnosis was revealed to Efe by sources from her and her husband Anuel AA’s team. "Karol G has no idea how she got sick, since she has been very careful, initially respecting the quarantine and later the norms of social distancing and the use of masks,” said the insider.

"She is feeling pretty bad," added an unidentified source.

Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

Bollywood’s first family has tested positive for coronavirus. On July 12, news broke that Aishwarya and her daughter, Aaradhya, tested positive following news that Aishwarya's husband, Abhishek, and father-in-law, Amitabh, were hospitalized with COVID-19.

“Aishwarya and Aaradhya have also tested COVID-19 positive. They will be self quarantining at home. The BMC has been updated of their situation and are doing the needful.The rest of the family including my Mother have tested negative. Thank you all for your wishes and prayers 🙏🏽,” Abhishek wrote on Twitter.

Keisha Lance Bottoms

The Atlanta Mayor, who is reportedly in the running to become Joe Biden’s running mate in the 2020 election, confirmed her diagnosis on Twitter Monday (July 6). "COVID-19 has literally hit home. I have had NO symptoms and have tested positive,” she tweeted.

DL Hughley

While performing at a comedy club in Nashville, Tennessee on June 19, the 57-year-old actor and comedian collapsed in the middle of his set. The next day, DL announced that he’d been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.

"I was very dehydrated, but it turns out that they ran a battery of tests and I also tested positive for COVID-19, which blew me away," he said on Twitter. "I was what they call asymptomatic, I didn't have any symptoms. The classic symptoms, I didn't have. I didn't have flu-like symptoms. I didn't have shortness of breath, I didn't have difficulty breathing, I didn't have a cough, I didn't have a low-grade fever. I still don't have a fever. I didn't have loss of smell or taste.”

Shanna Moakler

The 45-year-old actress and model announced her diagnosis on her Instagram Stories on July 2. "I got my test results back yesterday and I am indeed positive. They think I'm in around about day seven,” she said.

Jair Bolsonaro

On July 7, the Brazilian President announced that he’d tested positive for Covid-19, following months of downplaying the virus. "On Sunday, I wasn't feeling very well. On Monday, it got worse when I started feeling tired and some muscle pain. I also had a 38-degree [Celsius] fever. Given those symptoms, the presidential doctor said there was suspicion of Covid-19," he said, per CNN, adding that he then went to hospital to receive a lung scan.

Prince Royce

On July 3, the 31-year-old singer announced that he’d tested positive for COVID-19 two weeks prior. "I never thought I would've had to do this video," he said. "I'm in shock, I didn't think it was gonna happen to me. I thought that taking precautions by washing my hands and wearing a mask was gonna be enough and it was not."

"Some of you guys might not be having symptoms, you guys might be spreading this around," Prince continued. "Not everyone's gonna take this lightly. I'm fortunate that it didn't hit me as hard, I'm feeling better now...I'm hoping to come out negative in the next week or so."

Novak Djokovic

On June 23, the No. 1 tennis star in the world announced that he’d tested positive for coronavirus following an exhibition event he organized in Croatia. "I am so deeply sorry our tournament has caused harm,” he said in the statement shared on Twitter. “Everything the organizers and I did the past month, we did with a pure heart and sincere intentions. We believed the tournament met all health protocols and the health of our region seemed in good condition to finally unite people for philanthropic reasons. We were wrong and it was too soon. I can't express enough how sorry I am for this and every case of infection.”

Ezekiel Elliott

On June 15, NFL’s Ian Rapoport revealed that several Dallas Cowboys, including Ezekial, and several Houston Texas players had tested positive for Covid-19.

Nick Cordero

The Tony-nominated Broadway actor is "fighting for his life" in ICU after testing positive for coronavirus, his wife, celebrity fitness trainerAmanda Kloots, shared on Instagram. "My whole world has stopped," she wrote on April 11. "Please pray for my husband."

UPDATE (4/20): Nick had his right leg amputated due to complications stemming from COVID-19. "He made it through the surgery, which is really big because obviously his body is pretty weak," Amanda shared on Instagram April 18. "Hopefully he'll just kind of relax and rest."

UPDATE (7/7): The Broadway star died on July 5 after a 95 day battle with coronavirus.

Judi Evans

The Days of Our Lives actress contracted COVID-19 after being admitted to the hospital following horse-riding accident.

“I spoke to Judi on Sunday (June 7) and she is STILL in the hospital — 23 days now and counting. She contracted COVID-19 while there and she had what is known as the COVID blood clots in her legs and she nearly had both legs amputated on two different occasions,” her rep said in a statement.

“She had mild symptoms — fever, aches, a cough and the blood clots. On top of everything, when she went into surgery on one of her legs, they forgot to numb the leg and cut into her leg while she was fully (conscious) with no numbing of the area,” he shared. “However speaking to her on Sunday, she was in good spirits and back to Judi ‘humor’ despite all these spiraling turn of events. She has said she appreciates all the prayers for her and they’ve helped her mentally, physically and spiritually! She just wants to continue to test negative on COVID19 before she can go home and get the rest she so needs!!!”

Chris Trousdale

The Dream Street singer died on June 2 at the age of 34 after battling coronavirus.

“It pains me to say that an old friend, Chris Trousdale, from my early days in the music industry has passed away due to complications from COVID-19,” his former bandmate Jesse McCartney wrote on Instagram. “Chris had an explosively charming personality with boundless amounts of talent.”

Steven Avery

The Netflix star, whose murder trial was made famous on the hit docuseries Making a Murderer, tested positive for coronavirus while behind bars. "Steven Avery has tested positive for COVID-19, and is confined to his cell. But @SandyGreenman reports he only had short-lived symptoms & is in good spirits. 🙏🏼 for speedy recovery and quick justice #FreeStevenAvery," Steven’s former criminal defense attorney, Jerome Buting, tweeted on June 2.

Steel Panther

The members of Steel Panther believe their entire band and crew contracted the novel coronavirus while touring Europe this past winter. Guitarist Satchel told Q104.3 in a recent interview that nearly everyone traveling with the band this past January got sick with a severe cold or flu. While he admitted that they didn't think much of it at the time, in retrospect, he said all indications suggest it was COVID-19.

"Our singer [Michael Starr] got tested for antibodies, and he had it," Satchel said. "We all had different reactions to it. Our tour manager got really knocked on his ass by it. But the rest of us, it felt kind of like a cold. So it can affect everybody differently. It wasn't until months later — recently, that we came to that conclusion."

Patrick Ewing

On May 22, it was announced that the Georgetown University basketball coach and former New York Knicks star had tested positive for coronavirus and was being treated at a hospital.

"I want to share that I have tested positive for COVID-19. This virus is serious and should not be taken lightly," he said in a statement. "I want to encourage everyone to stay safe and take care of yourselves and your loved ones. Now more than ever, I want to thank the health care workers and everyone on the front lines. I'll be fine, and we will all get through this."

Days later, Patrick’s son tweeted that his father's coronavirus symptoms are being watched and that he is "now home and getting better."

"I want to thank all of the doctors and hospital staff for taking care of my father during his stay, as well as everyone who has reached out with thoughts and prayers to us and since his diagnosis," he tweeted on May 25.

Andrea Bocelli

On May 26, it was announced that the 61-year-old opera singer tested positive for coronavirus in early March.

"My whole family was contaminated," Andrea said in a video shared by Italian newspaper La Stampa and translated by French outlet France 24. "We all had a fever – though thankfully not high ones – with sneezing and coughing."

He continued, "I had to cancel many concerts... It was like living a nightmare because I felt like I was no longer in control of things. I was hoping to wake up at any moment."

Zoey Deutch

In an essay for Vulture, the 25-year-old actress revealed she battled the novel coronavirus. “I had the coronavirus early on, before the shutdown, and a group of my friends also got it. People keep asking me, “Where did you get it?” and I wish I knew,” she wrote in the piece, which was published on May 19. “I feel like I could have spoken in a more eloquent way about my experience had I known. I continued testing positive for a month, which is longer than they’re saying you’re supposed to. I’m okay now. I’m so grateful for my health and I also feel guilty, in a way, for making it out okay.”

Dr. Joseph Fair

On May 17, the NBC News contributor and prominent virologist announced on Twitter that he'd been discharged from the hospital following a nearly one-week stay battling COVID-19. "After 6 days, I’m being released with O2," he wrote. "I cannot thank my caregivers & the @NBCNews @MSNBC family enough. I also thank you all for they prayers and messages, even by fax. They lifted me up in hard times. Home to convalesce, but back as soon as my body permits."

Damian Kulash

On May 13, the OK Go frontman announced on Facebook that he and his wife contracted the novel coronavirus “early, when there were only six known cases in California, all of them hundreds of miles from L.A.,” where they lived. 

“My symptoms lasted forever, but were only genuinely scary for a day and a half,” he wrote. “My wife Kristin’s battle was tougher, though. She was only briefly at the hospital, but bedridden with breathing problems for a long stretch. As she convalesced, I struggled to keep up with our two-year-old twins, and there were times when her breathing was so labored I worried she just wouldn’t wake up.”

Damian continued, “We’re extremely lucky. She made a full recovery, and though the kids did have symptoms, they never got much worse than a nasty cold. My heart aches for those who haven’t had the same luck, who are suffering unimaginable loss and hardship, whether from the virus or the havoc it’s wrought on the world.”

Dylan Dreyer

On May 13, the co-host and meteorologist revealed on the Today show that she tested positive for the presence of COVID-19 antibodies. "My results for COVID came back negative, but the antibody test came back positive," she shared. 

Tony Shalhoub and Brooke Adams

On May 11, the 66-year-old Marvelous Mrs. Maisel actor revealed that he and his wife have recovered after testing positive for COVID-19. "I hope you are all being careful and following the protocol. We really are all Monk now," Tony said at the end of the new Peacock web series,The At-Home Variety Show, referring to his Emmy-winning role as Adrian Monk. "Last month, my wife Brooke and I came down with the virus, and it was a pretty rough few weeks. But we realize that so many other people have and had it a lot worse."

TY

The UK rapper died after a battle with coronavirus. Ty’s team confirmed his passing on May 7.

A fundraiser that was set up for the London born artist early April, said, per The Guardian, that he was “admitted into the hospital with medical complications related to Covid-19. Shortly after, he was put in a medically induced coma to temporarily sedate to help his body receive the appropriate treatment." His condition improved, however, and he was moved out of intensive care in mid-April.

Madonna

On May 6, the 61-year-old singer announced that she recently tested positive for COVID-19 antibodies. “I am not currently sick,” she wrote on Instagram. “When you test positive for anti-bodies it means you HAD the virus which I. clearly did as I was sick at the end of my tour in Paris over 7 weeks ago along with many other artists in my show but at the time We all thought we had a very bad flu. Thank God we are all healthy and well now.”

Lesley Stahl

On May 3, the longtime 60 Minutes correspondent opened up about her personal battle with the novel coronavirus. “One of the rules of journalism is ‘Don't become part of the story.’ But instead of covering the pandemic, I was one of the more-than-one million Americans who did become part of it,” she said on 60 Minutes. “After two weeks at home in bed, weak, fighting pneumonia, and really scared, I went to the hospital. I found an overworked, nearly overwhelmed staff. Every one of them kind, sympathetic, gentle and caring from the moment I arrived until the moment days later when I was wheeled out through a gauntlet of cheering medical workers. In the face of so much death, they celebrate their triumphs.”

Lesley added, “This valiant army in scrubs and masks was not just doing a job. They were fulfilling a mission, answering the call. Thanks to them, like so many other patients, I am well now. Tonight, we all owe them our gratitude, our admiration- and in some cases, our lives.”

Mikhail Mishustin

According to NPR, the prime minister of Russia announced that he tested positive for the coronavirus in a video conference with President Vladimir Putin on April 30. Mikhail said that he planned to go into self-isolation, saying, this is necessary to protect my colleagues.

Roy Horn

The 75-year-old famed Illusionist of Siegfried & Roy is "responding well to treatment" after testing positive for COVID-19, according to a statement issued by his publicist on April 28. "Most importantly, Siegfried & Roy send positive wishes to everyone impacted by the pandemic," the statement read. "We will have no further comment on Roy’s recovery at this time and ask everyone to respect his right to privacy."

UPDATE (5/18): Roy passed away on May 8 from complications due to coronavirus.

Michael Imperioli

The Sopranos star, who famously played Christopher Moltisanti on the hit HBO series, is convinced he contracted coronavirus in February. On April 27, Page Six published an article where Michael shared that he was “extremely ill” when he arrived in California from New York on March 1. “I was really sick,” Michael said. “I didn’t get tested but I was really sick in New York at the end of February.”

He additionally told the outlet that he believes his family also contracted the virus. “My wife and one of my kids got it,” the 54-year-old actor explained. “We had most of the symptoms. We didn’t get tested because we weren’t sick enough to go to the hospital. We didn’t want to go to the hospital,” he added. “We haven’t been tested … We’re better now but we were pretty sick.”

Danny Burstein

The six-time Tony nominee and star of Broadway's Moulin Rouge! The Musical announced his COVID-19 diagnosis on April 13. “It was when I was on my hands and knees in the shower that I knew it was time to go to the hospital,” he wrote of his symptoms in an article for The Hollywood Reporter. “I spent the next 20 hours in a small, glass isolation room in the ER. They gave me another COVID-19 test and after 16 hours it came back positive. Eventually, they moved me upstairs to the fifth floor. There were many ups and down during my five days in the COVID unit. I was given two antibiotics and the anti-malaria drug, Hydroxycloroquine. I think the latter helped me turn a corner, but I'm just not sure. The virus may just have run its course too.”

Sturgill Simpson

The award-winning songwriter tested positive for coronavirus on April 10. “All I know is I first felt symptoms a month ago yet Im still positive and contagious and now on quarantine in the dojo until April 19th and really wishing Id taken my wife’s advice and put a bathroom in the floor plans..live and learn,” he wrote on Instagram. “But hey, at least our Government appointed task force headed by a man who does not believe in science is against mass testing and we now have a second task force in the works to ‘open America back up for business’!”

Mario Cuomo

After battling COVID-19 as a couple, Chris and Cristina Cuomo's 14-year-old son tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

The CNN anchor's wife revealed Mario's diagnosis on Instagram April 22, captioning a series of photos, "After 10 days of ups and downs, feeling good one-day and terrible the next, I am now working hard to get my son, Mario, through the virus. My heart hurts more than my head over his infection."

"This virus does not discriminate," Cristina continued. "While kids are more resilient, they can suffer same severity of symptoms. I’m applying a modified version of my remedies for his protocol with a focus on lots of vitamins. Since his sense of smell and taste have disappeared, I am feeding him healthy foods that I normally can’t get him to touch. I kept a diary of the past week including my remedies and things that I did to stay sane through it all. 🙏."

Sam Smith

The 27-year-old singer believes they contracted COVID-19 while in the U.K. Despite showing symptoms, Sam said they stayed in and let the virus run its course. “I’m just going to assume that I did because everything I’ve read completely pointed to that,” Sam said during a FaceTime interview on April 16. “So yeah, I think I definitely had it. And then as soon as I had it, my sister five days after me started getting the same symptoms.”

Wreckless Eric

On April 19, the 65-year-old singer-songwriter, best known for his 1977 hit "Whole Wide World," revealed that he’d tested positive for COVID-19. "I haven’t actually been very well in the past three or four weeks," Eric wrote on Facebook. "Chest and rib pains, cough, low level fever, intermittent headaches - I was pretty sure it must be the virus though I was told the only way I could get confirmation of this was by presenting myself at the emergency room, death’s door, sick to the point of dying, ready to be hospitalised… No f**king thank you."

Eric and his wife, Amy Rigby, later qualified for a test in Albany, N.Y., due to his age, so they ended up booking appointments to get tested. "I felt deeply disturbed when I got the news and quite emotional," he shared. "If I’m honest about this I’m vaguely / acutely worried in the back of my mind that I might suddenly go downhill and die, but I find getting older is a business of constantly facing up to one’s own mortality. A growing list of friends that are no longer with us appears to be developing and it’s becoming clear to me that one day I’ll be on it."

Giuseppi Logan

The 84-year-old jazz legend, who played the saxophone, clarinet and flute, died on April 17 at a Queens nursing home due to complications caused by the coronavirus. Giuseppi’s longtime musical partner, Matt Lavelle, a trumpeter and clarinetist, confirmed the news.

DeRay McKesson

On April 16, the civil rights activist and podcaster took to Twitter to announce that he’d tested positive for the novel coronavirus, writing, “I just tested positive for COVID-19. I lost my sense of taste about a week ago — a mild symptom, the doctor said. Quarantine has now turned into isolation. Luckily, taste is beginning to come back. The doc expects me to recover fully, told me to call if I have any chest pains.”

Von Miller

On April 16, the Denver Broncos’ star pass rusher announced that he’d tested positive for the coronavirus. "I was shocked," Von said on the "Today" show. "We've been taking this serious since Day 1. I started in San Francisco, training where I normally train, and San Francisco was one of the first cities that had a stay-at-home order. Right when San Francisco had the stay-at-home order, we [made] the decision to come back to Denver. I've been in Denver for about four weeks now, and within that four weeks, I've probably left the house four times. With all of those, I never got out of the car. It's just to drive and pick up food and come home. So I've really just been taking it serious, staying at home."

"I'm feeling better," he added. "It all started with just a simple cough, and then it got worse."

Jennifer Wayne

On April 15, the Runaway June singer revealed that she has been diagnosed with coronavirus. “I am sharing this because I did contract Covid 19 (I’m assuming from the grocery store, it’s the only place I’ve been?!) and I had some great advice from doctors and friends and family (@travelingwithfinn!)... and this helped me kick this things a**,” she wrote on Instagram. “Everyone is different, and each body’s immune system fights it off in a different way, so I am definitely not saying I have any answers... just wanted to share what I did in case it helps. I loaded up on Vitamin C, Vitamin D3, B complex; chaga mushrooms and ZINC! Lots of Zinc. I also drank more water and Gatorade then I ever have in my life. I wanted to flush that thing out of my system. Those vitamins and staying hydrated.”

DJ Jazzy Jeff

The 55-year-old DJ opened up about recently falling ill with coronavirus-like symptoms and being diagnosed with pneumonia in both lungs during an episode of Will Smith’s new Snapchat series, Will From Home.

“I came home from my trip. I was like, ‘I feel like I’m coming down with something’ and got into bed, and I don’t remember the next 10 days,” he recalled “I had a temperature that reached 103. I had the chills. I lost sense of smell. I lost sense of taste.”

George Stephanopoulos

The ABC News anchor announced that he’d tested positive for COVID-19 on April 13. "I'm one of those cases that are basically asymptomatic. I've never had a fever, never had chills, never had a headache, never had a cough, never had shortness of breath. I'm feeling great,” George shared on Good Morning America.

Westside Gunn

On Sunday (April 12), the 37-year-old rapper, signed to Eminem‘s Shady Records imprint, revealed that he contracted the coronavirus, but was able to beat the deadly virus. “I have a confession to Make I’m a Corona Survivor,” Westside wrote on Instagram. “I didn’t want anybody feeling sorry for me I had to thug it out for weeks I didn’t get to see my kids I went to the hospital feeling like I was breathing my last breath the fans and the love I was getting kept me strong.”

He added, “Today is the first time besides the hospital that I’m about to go outside in a month thx to the ppl who did know and held me down now I’m about to go harder than I ever have.”

Babyface

The legendary singer and songwriter announced that he tested positive for COVID-19 on Instagram April 13. "I feel so blessed to be able to celebrate another birthday," he wrote on Instagram. "I tested positive for the Covid19 virus, as did my family. It's an incredibly scary thing to go through my friends."

Fred the Godson

On Thursday (April 9), the 35-year-old artist’s wife, LeeAnn Jemmott, released a statement, saying her husband is currently in the ICU after testing positive for the coronavirus."He is Cov-19 positive on a ventilator,” she explained. “However, he is progressing! He went in having difficulty breathing on Monday evening (April 6). Tuesday morning (April 7), I received a call he was not going to make it because his lungs were not working. He was then put on a ventilator, and as of today (24 hours later), the doctors already weaned him down from 100 percent support to 40 percent support of ventilation. He is fighting and he is winning. He has no sign of infection. His heart is strong and working well. His kidneys have been affected, but as of today, he has started dialysis to clean the toxins out of his blood. Fred is going to make it. God is good!"

UPDATE (4/23): The Bronx rapper lost his battle against the novel coronavirus. He passed away at the age of 35.

Bebe Winans

On April 9, the 57-year-old gospel singer revealed that he and several of his family members had been diagnosed with the coronavirus. Bebe said he contracted COVID-19 from “just a little travel” after taking a trip from New York to Detroit for a funeral. “I just started coughing out of nowhere and you get concerned. Then the fatigue came on and the chills and appetite went away. And I called my doctor and he said, ‘Okay BeBe, stay home and this is what you do. As you know, you can’t just go to the hospital, and if you’re not in need of a respirator they won’t even take you,'” he explained.

Bebe added that his mother and brother were both “touched by” the virus — his brother had to ultimately be admitted to a hospital due to his fever and pneumonia — but they are now all on the mend.

Todd Chrisley

The Chrisley Knows Best star revealed on April 8 that he has been battling COVID-19 for weeks. “Can we talk about this b*tch called corona?" Todd asked on his podcast. "I have been battling corona for three weeks. I was in the hospital for four and a half days, fever between 100 to 103 [degrees], and it has been the sickest I have ever been on this Earth."

The 52-year-old reality star added, "Hopefully I will get better every day, but as of right now, folks, I still am not clicking on all cylinders. I am probably about 70 to 75 percent of what I normally I am, but that last 25 percent is kicking my ass."

Jennifer Aydin

On April 8, the 42-year-old Real Housewives of New Jersey star announced that she tested positive for coronavirus this week via a test her doctor husband, Bill Aydin, brought home for her. In an Instagram video, Jennifer spoke about being in quarantine away from her five children, saying, “Keeping my kids away has been the hardest… Bill’s really stepped up to the plate — he’s staying far, far away from me but he’s helping with the kids, which I’m grateful for.”

“I’ve been doing better now which is why I’m checking in,” she added. “There are a few rough days where I was just extremely tired and sleeping a lot. I had this very dense headache and extreme, extreme night sweats. I lost my sense of taste and smell. I have no breathing problems. I feel better today. I feel like it’s going in the right direction.”

John Taylor

On April 5, the Duran Duran bassist revealed he recently recovered from COVID-19 after testing positive for coronavirus three weeks ago. “Perhaps I am a particularly robust 59-year-old,” he wrote on Twitter. “I like to think I am — or was blessed with getting only a mild case of COVID-19. But after a week or so of what I would describe as a ‘Turbo-charged Flu,’ I came out of it feeling OK. Although I must admit, I didn’t mind the quarantine as long as it gave me a chance to recover.”

“I am speaking out in answer to the enormous amount of fear being generated by the pandemic, some of it entirely justified, and my heart goes out to everyone who has had to deal with real loss and pain,” he continued. But I want to let you know that it isn’t always a killer, and we can and will beat this thing.”

Pink

On April 3, the 40-year-old singer announced that she’d tested positive for COVID-19. “Two weeks ago my three-year old son, Jameson, and I are were showing symptoms of COVID-19. Fortunately, our primary care physician had access to tests and I tested positive,” she wrote on Instagram. “My family was already sheltering at home and we continued to do so for the last two weeks following the instruction of our doctor. Just a few days ago we were re-tested and are now thankfully negative.”

Sara Bareilles

On April 3, the “Love Song” singer announced that she is no longer infected with the coronavirus. “I had a very mild case of COVID and am counting my blessings for that… I am totally fine and fully recovered,” she wrote in an Instagram story. “Couple of rough days but I promise I’m fine… Please enjoy how good my dancing has gotten with all this practice time.”

Allen Garfield

The 80-year-old veteran actor, who appeared in movies like Nashville and The Stunt Man, died of coronavirus on April 7, according to his Nashville co-star Ronee Blakely. “RIP Allen Garfield, the great actor who played my husband in “Nashville”, has died today of Covid; I hang my head in tears; condolences to family and friends; I will post more later; cast and crew, sending love,” Ronee posted on Facebook.

Hal Willner

The record producer, known for being a longtime sketch music producer for Saturday Night Live, died from coronavirus complications at the age of 64, Variety reports. Hal alluded to his COVID-19 diagnosis on Twitter March 28, writing, “In bed on upper west side” and “I always wanted to have a number one, but not this.”

J.K. Rowling

The “Harry Potter” author announced on April 6 that she’s recovered from a case of the novel coronavirus, though she admitted she never received a test for the illness. “For last 2 weeks I've had all symptoms of C19 (tho haven't been tested) & did this on doc husband's advice. I'm fully recovered & technique helped a lot,” she captioned a Youtube video on Twitter.

Nancy Silverton

The legendary chef-proprietor of Mozza recently tested positive for coronavirus, according to a blog post from her partner Michael Krikorian. In the blog post, Michael noted that he and Nancy took COVID-19 tests on March 27, and got their positive results three days later.

Christopher Cross

The Grammy and Oscar-winning singer-songwriter announced that he tested positive for coronavirus on Facebook. “Dear Friends, I’m sorry to report that I am among the growing number of Americans who tested positive for the COVID-19 virus,” he wrote on April 3. “I’m not in the habit of discussing medical issues on social media, but I do so in hope this will help other people to understand how serious and how contagious this illness is.”

He added, “Although I am fortunate enough to be cared for at home, this is possibly the worst illness I’ve ever had. For those of you who still do not believe the COVID-19 virus is real, or think it is a “hoax” or part of some conspiracy, my advice to you is to understand right now that this is a deadly illness spreading like wildfire throughout the world. PLEASE make every attempt to stall the spread of this virus…”

Marianne Faithfull

The English singer-songwriter is being treated for coronavirus in a London hospital, theAP reports. Her managerFrancois Ravard said on April 5 that the 73-year-old singer is stable, however, and responding to treatment. “We all wish her well and a full and speedy recovery,” Francois said.

UPDATE (5/26): Marianne updated fans on her condition via Instagram, writing, “I would like to say to all the people who cared for me and thought of me, who sent me love, people I know, people I have never met, thank you for helping me to get better. I want to thank the doctors and nurses who were so good and basically saved my life! Thank you all again for all your care, love, thoughts, prayers and wishes. All my love Marianne.”

Patricia Bosworth

The actress-turned-author died on April 2 after suffering from pneumonia that was brought on by COVID-19, her stepdaughter Fia Hatsav told The New York Times on April 3. She was 86.

Lee Fierro

Video: Youtube

The 91-year-old actress, best known as Alex Kintner’s mom in Jaws, died on April 5 due to complications from the coronavirus.

Jay Benedict

The Dark Knight Rises actor died on April 4, his management team announced on Twitter. "It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our dear client Jay Benedict, who this afternoon lost his battle with COVID-19. Our thoughts are with his family," the company account tweeted. He was 68.

Brooke Baldwin

CNN's Brooke Baldwin was the second anchor to test positive for coronavirus. On April 3, Brooke shared the news of her diagnosis, telling her followers that she is "okay," but suddenly started to encounter chills, aches and a fever. “I’ve been social distancing,” she wrote on Instagram. “Doing ALL the things we’re told to do. Still — it got me. I’m healthy… no underlying conditions…Honestly, I feel like one of the lucky ones."

YNW Melly

YNW Melly has tested positive for COVID-19 while awaiting trial in Florida's Broward County Jail for his two counts of first-degree murder. "He’ll be filing a motion for restricted release in hopes of better care due to any jails not being prepared to treat this new virus," an Instagram post, which was shared on April 2, read. "He hopes for your support and to recover soon #prayformelly send positive energy to him please." Melly’s former attorney Bradford Cohen told the South Florida Sun Sentinel explained that the rapper is in an extremely dangerous situation as the jails and prisons in the States are not providing hand sanitizer or proper hygiene care.

Ali Wentworth

The actress and wife of Good Morning America anchor George Stephanopoulos, took to Instagram on April 1 to reveal she tested positive for COVID-19. “I have tested positive for the Corona Virus. I've never been sicker. High fever. Horrific body aches. Heavy chest. I'm quarantined from my family. This is pure misery. #stayhome",” she wrote.

Sergio Rossi

Italian footwear icon Sergio Rossi was also diagnosed with coronavirus in March. Unfortunately, Rossi passed away at 84 in Cesena, Italy due to the virus. He was hospitalized for a number of days, as per WWD. “His is a story of unconditional love for shoes, which began in an Italy consumed by World War II, and was transmitted from his artisan father, who had always made bespoke shoes. At the age of 14, he was a skilled shoemaker and together with his brother Franco during the winter he produced the shoes he would later sell in the summer on a kiosk along the Riviera,” his son Gianvito Rossi said in a statement.

Brian Stokes

On April 1, the Tony Award-winning actor announced that he’d tested positive for COVID-19 in a Twitter video. “Hey friends, family and Stokes folks, I hope you all are well. I’ve been laying low for the last number of days because I could feel my body fighting something unusual, and I just got confirmation that I have indeed tested positive for the coronavirus,” he said. “The good news is, over the last few days I’ve isolated myself, I come to you from the bedroom.”

Jim Edmonds

On April 1, the retired baseball player, also known for his time on Real Housewives of Orange County, announced on Instagram that he is now symptom-free and "doing really well" after testing positive for pneumonia and COVID-19. "I did test positive for pneumonia and I did get a test back positive for the virus," he said. "I am completely symptom-free now and doing really well, so I must have had it for a while before i got tested."

Ellis Marsalis

The legendary jazz musician and educator died at the age of 85 due to complications associated with the coronavirus, the New York Times reports.

Cristina Monet Zilkha

The new-wave pop singer, known professionally as Cristina, died on April 1 at the age 61 due to complications from the coronavirus. Her passing was confirmed by Michel Esteban, co-founder of her label ZE Records, who wrote on Facebook, "Wake up this morning with this devastated news, dearest Cristina past away. So sad.."

Caroline Lunny

The 29-year-old Bachelor alum, who appeared on the 2018 season with Arie Luyendyk Jr., announced that she’d tested positive for COVID-19 on April1. “I have coronavirus. I don’t know why I feel embarrassed by this, like I feel like no one is ever going to want to hang out with me ever again,” she said on Instagram. “But everyone was DMing me attacking me for wearing this mask yesterday when healthcare workers need them. .I’m so grateful for all the doctors, nurses, healthcare workers, delivery people, grocery store workers, and everyone else who’s on the front line making this world keep turning right now. But please stop DMing me and attacking me and saying awful things to me for wearing a mask to protect my family. I’m allowed to wear a mask.”

She added, “My best friend just lost her grandmother to covid-19. I have a mild case, luckily… but it makes me think about how many other people may have it and not even know. How many have it and dismiss it as allergies or just a cold.”

Michael Yo

On March 30, the comedian revealed he'd recently been diagnosed with both pneumonia and the coronavirus. In an emotional Instagram video, Michael described his eight-day hospitalization for COVID-19 and thanked his family and friends for their support. “Thank You. Thank you to my amazing wife the rock to my foundation and to everyone that reached out. To all my comedian, personal friends and #JRE family it meant a lot,” he captioned the video.

Chris Cuomo

On March 31, the CNN anchor shared his diagnosis onTwitter, writing, "In these difficult times that seem to get more difficult and complicated by the day, I just found out that I am positive for coronavirus. I have been exposed to people in recent days who have subsequently tested positive and I had fevers, chills and shortness of breath."

He continued, "I just hope I didn't give it to the kids and [my wife] Cristina. That would make me feel worse than this illness!"

Chris said he is "quarantined in my basement" and will "do my shows from here." Adding, "We will all beat this by being smart and tough and united!"

Wallace Roney

The legendary trumpeter, who was Miles Davis’ only true protégé, died on March 31 in Paterson, New Jersey due to complications of the coronavirus. He was 59.

Adam Schlesinger

The 52-year-old Fountains of Wayne member, who's best known for the 2003 hit "Stacy's Mom," has been hospitalized with coronavirus for a week, his lawyer Jaime Herman toldUSA TODAY. "Thank you for the outpouring of love for Adam and his family," Adam’s family said in a statement shared with the outlet on March 31. "Adam has been hospitalized with COVID-19. He’s on a ventilator and has been sedated to facilitate his recovery. He is receiving excellent care, his condition is improving and we are cautiously optimistic. His family appreciates all of the love and support."(UPDATE 4/1): Adam passed away on April 1 due to complications from Covid-19.

Kalie Shorr

The 25-year-old country singer took to Twitter on March 30 to discuss her diagnosis. “Despite being quarantined (except for a handful of trips for groceries) for three weeks, I managed to contract COVID 19,” she wrote. “I’m feeling significantly better, but it’s proof how dangerous and contagious this is. It’s endlessly frustrating to see people not taking this seriously.”

Andrew Jack

The 76-year-old Star Wars actor and dialect coach died from complications of the novel coronavirus on March 31 at a hospital outside of London. Andrew’s rep told Evening Standard, the actor’s wife Gabrielle Rogers was unable to be with him in England due to being quarantined in Australia. “Andrew lived on one the oldest working houseboats on the Thames, he was fiercely independent but madly in love with his wife; also a dialect coach: Gabrielle Rogers,” read the statement. “Tragically she is stuck in quarantine in Australia having just flown in from NZ last week. She was unable to see or talk to him at the end of his life and there is a chance a funeral may not be held.”

Boris Johnson

Days after the UK PrimeMinister issued a stay-at-home order, sending the UK into lockdown to fight the coronavirus pandemic, he announced that he has contracted COVID-19. “Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus,” the Prime Minister tweeted on March 27. “I am now self-isolating, but I will continue to lead the government’s response via video-conference as we fight this virus. Together we will beat this”

John Prine

The 73-year-old musician was hospitalized on March 26 and listed as “critical” after a "sudden onset" of coronavirus symptoms. "This is hard news for us to share. But so many of you have loved and supported John over the years, we wanted to let you know, and give you the chance to send on more of that love and support now. And know that we love you, and John loves you," John’s family said in a statement shared on his Twitter

UPDATE: John passed away on April 7 due to coronavirus complications.

Jackson Browne

The 71-year-old musician tested positive for coronavirus after a recent trip to New York for the annual Love Rocks NYC benefit. “As soon as I had a small cough and a temperature, I tested [for COVID-19],” he told Rolling Stone. “My symptoms are really pretty mild, so I don’t require any kind of medication and certainly not hospitalization or anything like that.” Jackson added that he is currently recovering at his Los Angeles home.

Joe Diffie

The 61-year-old country singer died on March 29 from complications of coronavirus. Two days before his death, Joe released a statement saying he had tested positive for COVID-19 and was receiving treatment. "My family and I are asking for privacy at this time. We want to remind the public and all my fans to be vigilant, cautious and careful during this pandemic," the statement said.

Alan Merrill

The 69-year-old rocker, who wrote and recorded the original version of the hit song "I Love Rock 'n' Roll," died on March 29 in New York after being diagnosed with coronavirus, his daughter Laura Merrill told CNN. Alan was rushed to the hospital in New York on March 28 and immediately put on a ventilator because he had a fever and was struggling to breathe. Laura said he'd had a cold for about 10 days but was self-quarantining at his home as a precaution. "He was still, you know, playing ball with his dog on his patio ... and you know, kind of doing his usual stuff until he just woke up and couldn't breathe," she shared.

Spanish Princess Maria Teresa de Borbon-Parma

Prince Sixto Enrique de Borbon, the Duke of Aranjuez, announced the passing of his sister on March 26 via Facebook. “On this afternoon… our sister Maria Teresa de Borbon Parma and Borbon Busset, victim of the coronavirus COVID-19, died in Paris at the age of eighty-six," he wrote. Maria Teresa is the first royal to die from the novel coronavirus.

Mark Blum

The veteran stage and screen actor, who was best known for his work in movies like Desperately Seeking Susan and Crocodile Dundee, died from complications of coronavirus. "It is with such deep sorrow that I’m writing to share the news that our friend and former board member Mark Blum has passed away as a result of complications from the coronavirus,” vice president of SAG-AFTRA, Rebecca Damon, said in a statement. Mark was 69.

Cascada

The 38-year-old singer, born Natalie Horler, announced that she tested positive for COVID-19 on March 24. “I’ve been self isolating for ages now anyway and now I’ll just not leave the house at all for the next 14 days and be in full blown quarantine🤷‍♀️,” she wrote on Instagram. “My case will most likely be mild, so the most important thing is to protect everyone else who may be at risk. So please continue to STAY HOME! Lots of love, nat x #stayhome.”

Scarface

The Houston rapper revealed he tested positive for the coronavirus during a livestream interview with his Geto Boys bandmate Willie D on March 26. “I been to the point where I felt like I was going to die,” he said, noting that he suffers from asthma. It “felt like there was an elephant sitting on my chest.” However, his is now recovering and said, “I’m finna go f**king live now, man! Like skydiving and sh*t, I’m gonna go do that. We’ll go on a safari trip.”

Laura Bell Bundy

The Broadway star announced on Instagram March 25 that she’d contracted the virus. “Please please stay home, take care of yourselves. God Bless,” she wrote.

Chef Floyd Cardoz

The world-renowned chef died on March 25 in New Jersey at age 59. Floyd had tested positive for coronavirus. According to a statement from Hunger Inc. Hospitality, where Cardoz was the culinary director, Floyd tested positive for COVID-19 on March 18 and was being treated for it at Mountainside Medical Center in New Jersey.

Matt Doyle

The Broadway star announced that he tested positive for COVID-19 on March 23 via Instagram, according to Playbill.

Jeff Shell

NBCUniversal’s recently appointed CEO announced that he tested positive for coronavirus in a memo to staff. Jeff explained that he was diagnosed with the virus after “feeling under the weather.” He told employees that he has been working from home and is “improving every day.”

Senator Rand Paul

The Kentucky senator became the first US senator to test positive for coronavirus. “He is feeling fine and is in quarantine,” a statement posted to his Twitter account on March 22 shared. “He is asymptomatic and was tested out of an abundance of caution due to his extensive travel and events. He was not aware of any direct contact with any infected person.”

Terrence McNally

The four-time Tony Award-winning playwright died on March 24 in Sarasota, Florida after complications of the coronavirus, according to his husband,Tom Kirdahy. He was 81.

Manu Dibango

The African saxophonist, who was one of the pioneers of Afro-funk music, died in Paris after contracting coronavirus. He was 86.

Nashom Wooden

Nashom, a.k.a. Mona Foot, died after reportedly testing positive for coronavirus. The popular NYC drag queen’s longtime friend, Project Runway designer Geoffrey Mac confirmed his passing on Instagram on March 23. "I lost my best friend today from the coronavirus, Nashom Wooden," he said through tears. "I just want to make sure everyone out there stays healthy and takes care of each other because the virus is really real. I’m just so sorry.”

Jason Collins

Jason Collins came forward on March 25 to reveal that he and his partner Brunson Green have tested positive for COVID-19. In a series of tweets, the NBA star revealed that he believed he contacted it during his recent travels to NYC for the Brooklyn Nets Pride game at the top of month. "Thank you for all the well wishes. Deeply grateful for the ❤️. Also battling #COVID19 is my partner, @BrunsonGreen. He’s doing better today, but we’re still not out of the woods yet. We’re continuing to self isolate in our home," he tweeted.

Prince Charles

Prince Charles was impacted by the coronavirus and self-isolated in Scotland on May 25. At time of press, the Prince of Wales was only displaying mild symptoms, but otherwise doing just fine on the health front. Meanwhile, the Queen, 93, at the time was said to be in "good health" and doing what she needed to do when it came to her welfare.

Sabrina Dhowre Elba

Sabrina Dhowre Elba was also diagnosed with COVID-19 likely due to her husband, Idris Elba, who was one of the first stars to go public with their results. "I don't feel anything that would come to what people would now expect to be a symptom of coronavirus, which is really strange," she said in an Instagram Live broadcast alongside her partner. "It might change in the coming weeks, and we'll keep everyone updated. But it is worrisome that we're sitting here, two people, and ... we're asymptomatic."

Slim Thug

Days of feeling under the weather prompted Slim Thug to complete testing for COVID-19. His results came back positive on March 24. “The other day, I got tested for the coronavirus, yesterday, and it came back positive,” the rapper said on IG. “As careful as I have been self-quarantining, staying home, I might have gotten something to eat or something like that ... nothing crazy. Stayed in my truck, had mask, gloves, everything on, and my test came back positive. So y'all gotta take this stuff serious. Sit home, self-quarantine, do not come outside for however long they saying. If you have symptoms you need to go get checked out.”

Soko

Also in anInstagram video, which was posted March 24, French singer Soko said that she was feeling all the symptoms of COVID-19. Unfortunately, she had not been able to receive an official diagnosis because she hadn’t even received a test to begin with. "I've not been testing because they don't really test anymore in my age group unless you're on your deathbed, which thankfully I'm not." Despite being "extremely careful" in a self-quarantine, Soko said that she got sick six or seven days into the process.

Greta Thunberg

The 17-year-old Swedish climate activist announced on March 24 that she and her father, Svante, had symptoms of COVID-19. While she said her symptoms were mild, it was “extremely likely” that she had contracted the virus. “Now I’ve basically recovered, but - AND THIS IS THE BOTTOM LINE: I almost didn’t feel ill. My last cold was much worse than this! Had it not been for someone else having the virus simultaneously I might not even have suspected anything. Then I would just have thought I was feeling unusually tired with a bit of a cough. And this it what makes it so much more dangerous,” she wrote on Instagram. “Many (especially young people) might not notice any symptoms at all, or very mild symptoms. Then they don’t know they have the virus and can pass it on to people in risk groups. We who don’t belong to a risk group have an enormous responsibility, our actions can be the difference between life and death for many others.”

Daniel Newman

The Walking Dead star was billed $9,000 to get tested for COVID-19 after having a colleague test positive for the virus and developing minor symptoms himself. However, on March 21, the actor announced that his COVID-19 test is not being processed. “I did all the tests and they told me because I have ‘mild symptoms’ the government won’t allow them to process my tests! They don’t have enough they’re not prepared, even though all my symptoms match. They’re only allowed to process ‘severe symptoms, elderly, or people recently in Italy and China’. It cost me $9,116!! and they didn’t even give me results,” Daniel wrote on Instagram. “They sent me home and tons of other ill people that could potentially infect their communities, just telling us to ‘self Quarantine’.”

Aaron Tveit

The Broadway star announced on March 23 he tested positive for the novel coronavirus. "I’m feeling much better," he wrote on Instagram, adding he’s been in quarantine since March 12. "I consider myself extremely lucky that my symptoms have been very mild — cold like with no fever — as so many are experiencing much more serious symptoms, because this is a very dangerous virus."

Ed O’Brien

During a phone interview to promote his forthcoming solo album, Earth, the Radiohead guitarist said he believes he has coronavirus. “Well, I’ve got the virus but I’m getting over it,” he told Uproxx from his home in the UK on March 23. However, he added that he hasn’t been tested, “because you can’t get tested here, unless you’re elderly.” The 51-year-old musician noted that he has been sick for 10 days with flu-like symptoms, and recently lost his senses of smell and taste.

DJ Webstar

The DJ, known for his 2006 viral hit "Chicken Noodle Soup,” announced that he tested positive for COVID-19 on Instagram on March 23. "I started getting a lot of symptoms on about 9-10 days ago, so isolated myself immediately,” he shared. “Fever, headaches, sore throat, shortness of breath, body aches, no appetite. So I thought it was the flu originally. The flu test back came back negative. The COVID test I go back about and hour ago and I tested positive for it."

Greg Rikaart

On March 23, theYoung and the Restless star announced that he has endured nearly two weeks of severe coronavirus symptoms. “...this has been the hardest experience of my life,” he wrote on Instagram. “Two+ weeks ago, everyone in my house had a bit of a cough and my son came home from school with a high fever. Everyone recovered, but I deteriorated. I isolated from my family and have been in solo quarantine since Saturday the 14th. I had a fever for 11 days, difficulty breathing and was diagnosed with pneumonia. I’m confident that I have finally turned the proverbial corner and am fever free today for the first time since this all started.”

Chad Kimball

The Broadway star announced on March 23 that he’d been diagnosed with COVID-19. “I’ve been in quarantine since Broadway shows shut down on Thursday, March 12th, and I’m feeling much better,” he wrote on Instagram. “I consider myself extremely lucky that my symptoms have been very mild - cold like with no fever - as so many are experiencing much more serious symptoms, because this is a very dangerous virus.”

Harvey Weinstein

The convicted rapist tested positive for coronavirus in prison, just days after being transferred to the Wende Correctional Facility from NYC’s Rikers Island. The disgraced producer is one of two prisoners at the maximum security facility who was put in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19, Deadline reports.

Debi Mazar

The actress, best known for her roles in Goodfellas, Entourage andYounger, alerted her Instagram followers on March 21 that she tested positive for the coronavirus. “About a month ago my entire home(husband and two teen daughters) got an odd bug- Low grade fever, headaches, sore throat, body aches, ears ringing and a dry cough.It cleared up quickly.Seasonal I thought?but it felt unusual/different,” she wrote. “Two weeks later,March 15th, I woke up with all those same symptoms but super intense body aches, and 102.4 fever.I figured maybe I got the flu or..Corona?😬.” Debi went on to add that after being denied a COVID-19 test from her doctor, she was later tested at her local urgent care on March 17 and told she had tested positive five days later.

Andy Cohen

The Watch What Happens Live host announced he had tested positive for the coronavirus on March 20. He shared the news on Instagram, writing, “After a few days of self-quarantine, and not feeling great, I have tested positive for Coronavirus.”

Gavin Creel

The Broadway star says he has coronavirus, though he hasn't been officially tested. "I'm feeling okay. I haven't been tested, but I have coronavirus," Gavin said during a livestream with his friends Audra McDonald and Will Swenson on March 21. "I found out because one of my cast mates from Waitress tested positive and I have every symptom, but I feel good. I've been staying inside. I'll be inside for the duration."

John Bessler

Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar’s husband has tested positive for COVID-19. “I love him & not being able to be by his side is one of the hardest things about this disease,” she wrote on social media. “So many are going through this & much worse. I pray for him & you & meanwhile I will do all I can to get help to the American people.”

Colton Underwood

The former Bachelor star revealed he tested positive for the coronavirus on March 20. “I tested positive and I have been following all of the social distancing rules since last week. My symptoms started a few days ago, I was tested and just received my results today,” he wrote on Instagram. “For anyone out there that is hesitant to self quarantine... please do yourself and your loved ones a favor and stay home. We will all beat this and come out stronger on the other side. I’ll keep you posted, Love y’all.”

Kevin Durant

The basketball star was among the four Brooklyn Nets players to test positive for the coronavirus, ESPN reported on March 17. "Everyone be careful, take care of yourself and quarantine," Kevin toldThe Athletic, adding that he is feeling fine and not showing any symptoms. "We're going to get through this."

David Bryan

The keyboardist for Bon Jovi announced on March 21 via Instagram that he tested positive for coronavirus. "I've been sick for a week and feeling better each day," he wrote. "Please don't be afraid!!! It's the flu not the plague." Bryan added, “I’ve been quarantined for a week and will for another week. And when I feel better I'll get tested again to make sure I'm free of this nasty virus. Please help out each other. This will be over soon... with the help of every American !!"

Placido Domingo

The world-renowned opera singer confirmed on his Facebook page on March 22 that he’d tested positive for the novel coronavirus. "I feel it is my moral duty to announce to you that I have tested positive for COVID19," he wrote. "My Family and I are all in self-isolation for as long as it is deemed medically necessary."

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson

The married couple announced their positive results on Instagram on March 11. Five days later, they were released from an Australian hospital.

Idris Elba

“This morning I tested positive for COVID-19,” the 47-year-old actor announced on Twitter on March 16. “I feel OK, I have no symptoms so far but have been isolated since I found out about my possible exposure to the virus,” he captioned a video alongside wife Sabrina Dhowre. “Stay home people and be pragmatic. I will keep you updated on how I’m doing 👊🏾👊🏾 No panic.”

Olga Kurylenko

The Ukrainian-born actress, who’s perhaps best known for her role inQuantum of Solace, revealed that she tested positive for the coronavirus on Instagram on March 15. “Locked up at home after having tested positive for coronavirus,” she explained. “I’ve actually been ill for almost a week now. Fever and fatigue are my main symptoms. Take care of yourself and do take this seriously!”

Kristofer Hivju

The Game of Thrones star announced he tested positive for Covid-19 on March 16. “My family and I are self-isolating at home for as long as it takes. We are in good health - I only have mild symptoms of a cold,” he wrote on Instagram. “There are people at higher risk for who this virus might be a devastating diagnosis, so I urge all of you to be extremely careful; wash your hands, keep 1,5 meters distance from others, go in quarantine; just do everything you can to stop the virus from spreading. Together we can fight this virus and avert a crisis at our hospitals. Please take care of each other, keep your distance, and stay healthy!”

Rachel Matthews

The 26-year-old Frozen 2 star — who voiced the character Honeymaren — revealed she tested positive for COVID-19 via Instagram Stories on March 16, saying she had been quarantined for the past week. "Unsure of what the next step is (been getting mixed info so will keep you posted) but obviously will remain in quarantine until told to do otherwise," she wrote, adding, "I'm feeling better, but I will be posting some info that I hope will be helpful to some." The actress, who lives in the U.S., said that she decided to get tested after coming in contact with "a confirmed case."

Charlotte Lawrence

"A couple of days ago, my doctor informed me that I too have COVID-19," the "Young" singer announced on Instagram on March 17. She went on to say that she is going to "be completely fine" but "many who get it won't be if too many people get sick too quickly." She then urged her followers practice social distancing and think of others because "we have the power to slow this down."

Arielle Charnas

The Instagram influencer announced she tested positive for COVID-19 on March 17. “It’s been 4 days since I started feeling incredibly sick. Each day the symptoms evolve into something else and while I can’t imagine how I’d ever catch coronavirus (from what I know I haven’t been in contact with anyone who has it),” she wrote. “I’m dealing with the weirdest virus I’ve ever had since mono. I’m so happy my fever is gone but the body pain that I’m feeling today is unlike anything else.”

Indira Varma

The Game of Thrones star, who played Ellaria Sand on the HBO series, revealed on Instagram on March 18 that she was "in bed" with COVID-19.

Daniel Dae Kim

In a 10-minute Instagram video, the actor, known for his roles on Lost and Hawaii 5-0, said he “developed a scratchy throat while flying back to Hawaii to be with his family after filming on the series was halted due to the pandemic,”CNN reports.

Caroline Polachek

On March 14, the singer took to Instagram Stories to reveal she was suffering with a number of symptoms associated with COVID-19. and believed she may have caught the coronavirus.

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau

On March 13, the Canadian prime minister’s office announced that Justin Trudeau's wife had tested positive for coronavirus. She came down with mild flu-like symptoms following a speaking engagement in the UK.

Mayor Francis Suarez

The Mayor of Miami tested positive for COVID-19 last week, four days after he attended a local event with a Brazilian government official who later tested positive for the virus.

Lucian Grainge

The chief executive officer of Universal Music Group Inc., who is considered the most powerful record-industry boss, was hospitalized earlier this week after testing positive for COVID-19.

Andrew Watt

The producer, who has worked with Cardi B, Post Malone, and Ozzy Osbourne, revealed he tested positive for coronavirus on March 16. In a series of Instagram posts, he described how he was rushed to the emergency room, where he "begged" for a COVID-19 test, but was turned down because of "federal regulations." However, he said he didn't let up and chose to consult a private doctor, who tested him and he said the results were positive.

Karl Von Habsburg

The Archduke of Austria became the first royal to be diagnosed with the coronavirus. The 59-year-old royal called into the local TV channel, oe25 in Austria, to share his status on March 19, telling the outlet: "It's annoying, but I'm fine. It's not the Black Plague."

"I though it was the usual flu," the head of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine continued, per Fox News. "When a friend called me that he had a positive test at a congress in Switzerland, I was also tested. I have to expressly praise the Austrian authorities because they act with measure and aim."

"Panic mood is not appropriate," he added.

Prince Albert II of Monaco

A spokesperson for Monaco's palace told CNN on March 19, the royal tested positive for coronavirus but said his health "is not worrying at all."

Janet Broderick

Matthew Broderick's sister tested positive for COVID-19 last week. On March 14, the actor shared an update on his older sister's condition, telling Deadline: "I'm happy to say she is feeling much better and is on the road to a full recovery. We are all very appreciative for the wonderful care she received from the amazing doctors and nurses at Cedars Sinai."

Mario Diaz-Balart

Reps. Mario Diaz-Balart of Florida and Ben McAdams of Utah were the first members of Congress to test positive for coronavirus. "On Saturday evening, Congressman Diaz-Balart developed symptoms including a fever and a headache. Just a short while ago, he was notified that he has tested positive for COVID-19," his office said in a news release on March 18.

Ben McAdams

The politician tested positive for the coronavirus on March 18. He called it the "worst cold [he's] ever had" and said it felt like [he] had a belt around [his] chest, and so [he] couldn't breathe deeply."

"What I've been told by the House physician is that anyone who had close contact with me from Friday onward should be concerned and should probably take precautions," Ben said in an interview on NBC's "TODAY" show Thursday (March 19).

Arielle Charnas

The Instagram influencer announced she tested positive for COVID-19 on March 17. “It’s been 4 days since I started feeling incredibly sick. Each day the symptoms evolve into something else and while I can’t imagine how I’d ever catch coronavirus (from what I know I haven’t been in contact with anyone who has it),” she wrote. “I’m dealing with the weirdest virus I’ve ever had since mono. I’m so happy my fever is gone but the body pain that I’m feeling today is unlike anything else.”

Indira Varma

The Game of Thrones star, who played Ellaria Sand on the HBO series, revealed on Instagram on March 18 that she was "in bed" with COVID-19.

Kaylee Hartung

Speaking from her Los Angeles home, where she was quarantined, theABC News correspondent revealed she tested positive for coronavirus after returning from Seattle where she was reporting on the pandemic. “This virus was something that really knocked me off my feet for a day, but other than that, any of the lingering symptoms, any other time of my life, was something I would’ve just tried to push through,” she said on March 18 on Good Morning America via a livestream video.

Daniel Dae Kim

In a 10-minute Instagram video, the actor, known for his roles on Lost and Hawaii 5-0, said he “developed a scratchy throat while flying back to Hawaii to be with his family after filming on the series was halted due to the pandemic,”CNN reports.

Caroline Polachek

On March 14, the singer took to Instagram Stories to reveal she was suffering with a number of symptoms associated with COVID-19. and believed she may have caught the coronavirus.

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau

On March 13, the Canadian prime minister’s office announced that Justin Trudeau's wife had tested positive for coronavirus. She came down with mild flu-like symptoms following a speaking engagement in the UK.

Mayor Francis Suarez

The Mayor of Miami tested positive for COVID-19 last week, four days after he attended a local event with a Brazilian government official who later tested positive for the virus.

Lucian Grainge

The chief executive officer of Universal Music Group Inc., who is considered the most powerful record-industry boss, was hospitalized earlier this week after testing positive for COVID-19.

Andrew Watt

The producer, who has worked with Cardi B, Post Malone,and Ozzy Osbourne, revealed he tested positive for coronavirus on March 16. In a series of Instagram posts, he described how he was rushed to the emergency room, where he "begged" for a COVID-19 test, but was turned down because of "federal regulations." However, he said he didn't let up and chose to consult a private doctor, who tested him and he said the results were positive.

Karl Von Habsburg

The Archduke of Austria became the first royal to be diagnosed with the coronavirus. The 59-year-old royal called into the local TV channel, oe25 in Austria, to share his status on March 19, telling the outlet: "It's annoying, but I'm fine. It's not the Black Plague."

"I though it was the usual flu," the head of the House of Habsburg-Lorraine continued, per Fox News. "When a friend called me that he had a positive test at a congress in Switzerland, I was also tested. I have to expressly praise the Austrian authorities because they act with measure and aim."

"Panic mood is not appropriate," he added.

Prince Albert II of Monaco

A spokesperson for Monaco's palace told CNN on March 19, the royal tested positive for coronavirus but said his health "is not worrying at all."

Janet Broderick

Matthew Broderick's sister tested positive for COVID-19 last week. On March 14, the actor shared an update on his older sister's condition, telling Deadline: "I'm happy to say she is feeling much better and is on the road to a full recovery. We are all very appreciative for the wonderful care she received from the amazing doctors and nurses at Cedars Sinai."

Mario Diaz-Balart

Reps. Mario Diaz-Balart of Florida and Ben McAdams of Utah were the first members of Congress to test positive for coronavirus. "On Saturday evening, Congressman Diaz-Balart developed symptoms including a fever and a headache. Just a short while ago, he was notified that he has tested positive for COVID-19," his office said in a news release on March 18.

Ben McAdams

The politician tested positive for the coronavirus on March 18. He called it the "worst cold [he's] ever had" and said it felt like [he] had a belt around [his] chest, and so [he] couldn't breathe deeply."

"What I've been told by the House physician is that anyone who had close contact with me from Friday onward should be concerned and should probably take precautions," Ben said in an interview on NBC's "TODAY" show Thursday (March 19).

Photos: Getty Images

106.1 KMEL · #1 For Hip Hop and R&B in the Bay Area!

Listen Now on iHeartRadio