Celebrities Who Have Tested Positive for Coronavirus
See the stars who have contracted the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19
The Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. actress revealed on Dec. 31 that she tested positive for COVID-19, and opened up about her battle with the virus in a candid social media post.
"Hey haven't been on here for a little, wanted to give an update…," Bennet began a statement posted to her Instagram Story. "On Christmas morning I woke up with a high fever, and unable to breathe. I got tested, and I'm positive for COVID-19 … it's been a rough week to say the least."
Bennet said that multiple members of her family also contracted the virus, but noted, "We've all been battling it out together. We're still not in the clear, but as of now we're doing…okay."
"I'm sharing this because I want to iterate to anyone who still may not be taking covid seriously, please please please f------ do," she added. "Covid sucks. It just really sucks."
"I pride myself on staying healthy, I always wore a mask, social distanced, and took all the necessary precautions and I still got VERY sick. And I'm one of the lucky ones. I repeat! I'm young, healthy, and diligent about my health and this virus still knocked me the f--- down and continues to do so," she continued. "Even trying to just write this out is proving to be exhausting. If it can happen to me it can happen to you."
The actress closed out her message by imploring those reading to continue taking the virus seriously, and told her fans to stay safe in the New Year.
"So I guess I'm on here just trying to remind anyone whose reading this, that yes 2020 is coming to an end, but this pandemic is still raging on, and if you can, don't let up. Stay distant, stay safe, wear a mask," Bennet concluded. "On that note, I love you guys, stay healthy, and happy (almost) new year. X CB. P.S. f--- you 2020, I can't wait to not be in you."
"D'Andra Simmons has tested positive for COVID and has been admitted to the COVID ward at UT Southwestern Hospital in Texas," Simmons' rep, Kelly Brady, told PEOPLE on Dec. 28. "Her oxygen levels were borderline and she will start remdesivir. At this time we ask you to respect her and her family's privacy and to send your prayers for a speedy recovery."
Katilyn Bristowe & Jason Tartick
The former Bachelorette revealed on Christmas Eve that she and her boyfriend had tested positive for COVID-19. "Unfortunately, this is our Christmas card this year," she wrote alongside a selfie of the pair in front of their Christmas tree.
"We have Covid," Bristowe, 35, wrote in the post. "Jason and I had been trying to quarantine before seeing family. We thought we were making a responsible decision to have ONE person over, who had been tested daily for work. Negative tests 4 days in a row. The day we saw her, she became positive which we all found out the next day. Now, like many, we will spend Christmas by ourselves."
"We just want to let everyone know that we thought we were being safe, but covid is bigger than us," the Dancing with the Stars champ continued. "Today, We are thinking of everyone who is spending the holidays alone, anyone who is sick or overcoming something, (as 2020 has taught us to overcome a lot), and all of the healthcare workers who have been away from family, taking care of others for months, and months now. We will be ok!! Be safe and happy holidays!!"
The S.W.A.T. star revealed on Instagram on Dec. 24 that he had tested positive for COVID-19.
"I HAVE COVID!!!! Just found out moments ago," he wrote in a text typed on his phone, which he shared a photo of. He added that he received a positive test, which came as a surprise to him.
"I thought I had food poisoning," he explained, going on to detail his symptoms. "Chills and aches all day today… still can smell, taste, no cough, no runny nose."
He added that while he feels "fine now," he recognizes he has "to be responsible" and "to accept test results."
"My Xmas n New Years is clearly not gonna be the best...my last year and a half has not been the best… but I WILL BE OKAY!!!! This is a hard time for ALL OF US… the WORLD!!! But… I BELIEVE in the sun shining through the rain!!! Stay safe and appreciate everything and everybody you have and had!! MUCH LOVE!!!!" he continued, adding the hashtag, "#wearamask."
Britney Spears' boyfriend shared his positive diagnosis on Instagram on Dec. 23, revealing that he has since recovered and luckily experienced very few symptoms.
"2020 has been a crazy/twisted year for all of us. Recently I tested positive for Covid-19, I was lucky enough to catch the news before being around and infecting my loved ones (friends, family, significant other)," the model and personal trainer, 26, wrote on Instagram. "I quickly isolated myself and started my quarantine process alone. 🙏🏽"
Asghari credited "healthy lifestyle" for only experiencing cold symptoms for one day. He added that he continued working out and eating clean while he was in quarantine.
The French President has tested positive for COVID-19, the Élysée Palace announced on Dec. 17. In a statement they explained that Macron, 42, was tested "at the onset of the first symptoms." He will now self-isolate for at least seven days.
"In accordance with current health regulations applicable to all, the president of the Republic will isolate himself for seven days. He continues to work and carry out his activities remotely," the palace said in a statement to CNN.
The French president's diagnosis follows a week of meetings with other European leaders, some of which have now announced that they will also quarantine in the wake of Macron's positive test.
"I wanted to share I've tested positive for COVID-19," Osbourne, 68, wrote on Instagram. "After a brief hospitalization, I'm now recuperating at a location away from Ozzy (who has tested negative) while The Talk is on scheduled hiatus."
"Everyone please stay safe and healthy," Sharon concluded her post. Her positive diagnosis came just a few days after her fellow Talk co-host Carrie Ann Inaba contracted the virus.
Carrie Ann Inaba
Inaba's co-hosts on The Talk revealed her positive diagnosis on Dec. 10, explaining her absence on the episode and wishing her a speedy recovery.
The Dancing with the Stars judge shared the news on Instagram as well. "I just wanted to come and let you know that I just tested positive for COVID-19," she wrote. "I'm home, I'm following the guidelines. ... I have a fever, bad cough and lots of aches and pains and I just wanted to remind you all to stay vigilant because I am following all the protocols and have so many strict protocols in place and even then I caught it."
"So just a friendly reminder to stay vigilant and take care of yourself," she continued. "Wear a mask, please, and wash your hands a lot. Just be extra, extra careful, because you don't want this. I'm taking good care of myself, so you don't worry about me. Take care and be safe."
Hours before her scheduled Verzuz battle with Keyshia Cole, the singer announced that she "tested positive" for the coronavirus.
"I'm ok and not in any pain. I'm actually down to do the verzuz from my house... we're trying to figure it all out!" Ashanti wrote on Instagram.
The platform confirmed the event would be postponed. "Unfortunately, we have to postpone tonight's @Ashanti vs @KeyshiaCole #VERZUZ. Ashanti tested positive for COVID-19 beforehand, and we cannot put anyone at risk in the process. First time this has struck us so close to showtime. We apologize to our incredible audience! Get well soon, Ashanti 💜🖤💚 Wear a mask, stay inside, and take COVID-19 seriously. It's truly affecting our community 😷😪 NEW DATE: January 9th, 2021," Verzuz shared on Instagram.
The talk show host announced in a statement on Dec. 10 that she has tested positive for COVID-19, but thankfully is "feeling fine right now."
"Hi Everyone, I want to let you all know that I tested positive for Covid-19," DeGeneres, 62, wrote on Twitter. "Fortunately, I'm feeling fine right now. Anyone who has been in close contact with me has been notified, and I am following all proper CDC guidelines."
"Please stay healthy and safe," she added. "Love, Ellen."
A spokesperson for production company Telepictures told PEOPLE, "Following Ellen's announcement this morning, we have paused production on The Ellen DeGeneres Show until January."
".@RudyGiuliani, by far the greatest mayor in the history of NYC, and who has been working tirelessly exposing the most corrupt election (by far!) in the history of the USA, has tested positive for the China Virus," Trump tweeted. "Get better soon Rudy, we will carry on!!!"
Shortly after, Giuliani's son, Andrew Giuliani, confirmed his father's diagnosis, tweeting: "My Dad @RudyGiuliani is resting, getting great care and feeling well. Thank you to all the friends who have reached out concerned about his well being."
The former New York City mayor has been traveling across the country, leading Trump's legal battle to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election, in which President-elect Joe Biden won the popular vote.
Later that same day, Giuliani's account tweeted, "Thank you to all my friends and followers for all the prayers and kind wishes. I'm getting great care and feeling good. Recovering quickly and keeping up with everything."
Giuliani did not respond to PEOPLE's request for comment on Dec. 7; a representative said more information was likely to be shared later that day but did not comment on Giuliani's condition or reported hospitalization.
His Twitter account has continued to post since his reported hospitalization, including sharing messages in support of Trump's baseless claims about his election loss.
"I love these people so much ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ Some of you may have heard I have COVID. I got it after these photos were taken," Richards wrote on Dec. 5, along with her family's Christmas portrait this year.
"Since I was diagnosed I have been separated from my family in order to keep them healthy. Unfortunately, Sophia also got it. We will stay in isolation until it's safe to see the family and others again. I can't wait to hug them," the Bravo star said.
Richards shares daughters Farrah, 32, Alexia, 24, Sophia, 20, and Portia, 12, with husband Mauricio Umansky.
News of the star's diagnosis, which was first reported by TMZ, comes after PEOPLE confirmed that the Bravo reality series had halted production due to COVID-19 concerns. A source close to the reality show said at the time that production was temporarily suspended and the team behind the scenes is following proper health and safety protocols.
RHOBH is currently working on filming season 11, which is expected to air on Bravo in 2021.
The 17-year-old "Kid in a Candy Store" singer told Entertainment Tonight that she and her immediate family members each contracted COVID-19 and they've since recovered. Siwa said she tested positive after her Dance Moms mother Jessalynn, dad Tom and brother Jayden did too, recalling all of their mild symptoms.
"I did end up getting it, the big, dreaded COVID-19. It got through my whole family," she said. "We had headaches, we were tired, we had shortness of breath - we had all the things. All my family actually lost their taste and smell, but all have it back. But I never did."
"Everyone who gets this virus, it's gonna affect them differently. We were all, like, three days apart," she added.
On Dec. 3, The New York Times reported that the 66-year-old co-host of Fox News' talk show, The Five, tested positive for the coronavirus and is isolating himself. Williams confirmed his diagnosis to the Daily Beast.
According to the Times, Williams went on vacation last month and returned to the Fox News studio on Monday, where he was tested for COVID-19. Then, on Thursday, the journalist received a positive test result, the outlet reported, citing sources who "requested anonymity to share private discussions."
Speaking on his condition, Williams told the Daily Beast, "I'm not great but I'm not dying or anything."
In a video posted to Instagram on Dec. 1, Estefan, 63, revealed that she tested positive in November, after an encounter with a fan at a restaurant in late October.
"In the past few weeks, I have been one of the victims of COVID," the star said in the clip. "The reason I'm sharing this is that I want you to know how highly contagious this is - I wear my mask everywhere. I went to a restaurant outdoors with some family - three, four of us - and everybody was negative. We wore masks all the way to the table."
"When we left, the only thing that I can imagine happened is that someone came up to me when I was eating and tapped me on the shoulder," she continued. "They were very close, they had no mask and they were telling me beautiful things. But that's the only thing that I have done outside of my enclosure here."
She later added: "I was very lucky. But I just wanted to share with you the fact that I was in quarantine and the one day I went out and met with one person that was not wearing a mask - I even held my breath, quite honestly, through their talk - something must have happened."
Estefan said she tested positive for COVID-19 on Nov. 8.
"But anyway, I just wanted you to know just in case I can be helpful in whatever way," she continued. "I love you all. Stay healthy, stay safe and looking forward to a better year next year for sure."
"He is otherwise fit and well, and the entire team sends him its very best wishes for a swift recovery," the team said in a statement.
According to Mercedes, Hamilton woke up on Nov. 30 with mild symptoms and later found out he had been exposed to the virus prior to the Bahrain Grand Prix the day before. He had tested negative three times the previous week ahead of the race.
In his own social media post, Hamilton wrote that he was "gutted to not be able to race this weekend but my priority is to follow the protocols and advice to protect others."
He continued, "I'm really lucky that I feel ok with only mild symptoms and will do my best to stay fit and healthy."
According to the star, the cast had "two and a half more episodes to do" when production shut down due to the outbreak.
"I had contracted COVID when we flew to Bangkok," Perez recalled in the article published on Nov. 30. "And at that time, they were saying 'It's a new respiratory tract infection. It's a virus that's going around. We don't really know what it is and what it does, but it attacks the respiratory system first and then travels to other parts of your body.' "
"It was terrifying," she continued. "I remember my manager was with me, and I said, 'Tarik, don't let me die in Bangkok.' And he goes, 'Oh my God, you're scaring me.' And the head of the ICU says, 'You should be scared, sir. This is serious. We're going to have to put her in a separate room.' "
Perez went on to explain that not much was known about the virus at the time because "it was new. [This] was in December."
"I remember the doctor saying to me, 'The mask that you have on, the mask that I have on, every time you go outside, every time you meet someone wear that mask - not just for you, but to protect them too,' " she said. "And I haven't forgotten it."
Arie Luyendyk Jr.
The former Bachelor, 39, shared on his Instagram Stories on Nov. 26, that he was diagnosed with COVID-19 "nine days ago," and that the experience has been "rough" for both him and wife Lauren Burnham.
"Many of you have been wondering why we haven't done Bachelor Brunch, why we've been so absent on social media and why I'm sitting like 25 feet away from the girls. It's 'cause I actually tested positive for COVID," Luyendyk Jr. began. "Tomorrow, I get to go in and see if I'm clear."
"It's been rough. I gotta say, it's not been easy being separated," he continued.
According to Luyendyk Jr., he's been isolating "on the other side of the house" away from Burnham, 29, and their 1-year-old daughter, Alessi Ren.
"Lauren has been really sweet," he told fans. "She's keeping me fed. She just slides some food outside and then I go get it."
The former race car driver went on to post a video of Burnham and their daughter sitting on the other side of a long patio table, captioning the clip, "Thanksgiving 2020 has been different."
Prince Carl Philip & Princess Sofia
After experiencing flu-like symptoms, the Swedish royal couple tested positive for COVID-19 on Nov. 25, according to multiple outlets.
"They feel relatively well under the circumstances," said the Royal Court's Director of the Information and Press Department, Margareta Thorgren, per Reuters.
The couple's young sons, Prince Alexander, 4, and Prince Gabriel, 3, are not experiencing any symptoms at this time, according to Swedish outlet The Local. They are all quarantining together.
Contact tracing efforts are underway, including King Carl XVI Gustaf, Queen Silvia, the King's daughter Crown Princess Victoria and her husband Prince Daniel. The family members all gathered last Friday to mourn Queen Silvia's brother, Walther Sommerlath, who died on Oct. 23.
Whitney & Zach Bates
After exclusively telling PEOPLE that they are expecting their fourth child together, the Bringing Up Bates stars have also shared that they were diagnosed with coronavirus early on in Whitney's pregnancy.
"Shortly after we found out we were pregnant, Zach unfortunately contracted COVID-19 at his work and I ended up testing positive as well," Whitney, 27, said. "It was a rough couple weeks for our family, with a lot of prayers going up for the new baby, but we thankfully have all recovered and feel healthy again."
"Knowing that COVID-19 can cause side effects in pregnancies, even after it has run its course, we are working closely with Dr. Vick to ensure the health and safety of our new little one, and so far everything is looking perfect!" Whitney added.
Zach wasn't the only member of his large family to come down with the virus - his sister Carlin and her husband Evan also contracted the coronavirus in August, she announced on Instagram.
Donald Trump Jr.
President Donald Trump's oldest son tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and has been in isolation, a spokesperson told PEOPLE on Nov. 20.
"Don tested positive at the start of the week and has been quarantining out at his cabin since the result," the spokesperson said in a statement. "He's been completely asymptomatic so far and is following all medically recommended COVID-19 guidelines."
In an update the following day, the president said that his son "is doing very well."
Like his father, Don Jr. has continuously downplayed the severity of COVID-19 throughout the pandemic. In July, he was blocked from his own Twitter account for 12 hours as punishment for spreading misinformation about the virus.
The Puerto Rican star, 26, had previously been announced to perform on-stage with Jhay Cortez for a world premiere performance of their duet "Dákiti." However, the showcase never happened, with fans on Twitter confused as to why Bad Bunny was absent.
In a statement from the musician's reps, his team confirmed that Bad Bunny contracted the coronavirus and had to call off the appearance because of the diagnosis.
"Bad Bunny was originally set to perform his No. 1 global hit 'Dákiti' with Jhay Cortez live for the first time at the AMAs but unfortunately, the artist tested positive for COVID-19, which forced him to cancel the presentation," read the statement.
His rep tells PEOPLE that, as of Nov. 23, he is "feeling okay [and] isn't showing major symptoms." They added that they are "praying it remains that way."
Richard Schiff & Sheila Kelley
The married actors announced their diagnoses on Twitter Nov. 10, noting that they'd been quarantined for a week. "On Election Day [we] tested positive for Covid-19. This has been the most bizarre week of our lives," Schiff wrote. "We are determined to find a way to health again. We root for everyone out there who are struggling with this thing. Love from here."
A week later on Nov. 16, the actor gave a "Covid update" and announced that he had been hospitalized.
"I am in the hospital on Remdesivir, O2 and steroids showing some improvement every day," he continued. "Sheila is home and doing better but still fairly ill."
"I tested positive for COVID. I have been safe while traveling but I had an exchange on Tuesday where I did not protect myself and this is when I had been infected. I have been safe with distancing and masks since Tuesday, including when I went to dinner solo and stayed distant and wore a mask at Hayes's soccer," she shared on her Instagram Story.
"My kids have been at their father's but Hayes will quarantine due to a brief (1 hour) proximity to me," King added. "I have contacted everyone and will isolate for 10 days minimum per CDC guidelines. My children will have to stay with my parents as they cannot stay at my house while I'm sick."
She added that she initially sought a test "due to extreme lethargy" and went on to detail her symptoms. "I don't have a fever. I do have extreme exhaustion, sneezing, a mild cough, and diarrhea. I think I'm losing my sense of smell. I ordered a regimen of vitamins and getting tons of rest, water, and food delivery. None of my friends or family are infected or have any symptoms."
The Politician star announced on Nov. 15 that he previously tested positive for COVID-19 in March.
Platt shared the news on Twitter, responding to a tweet that asked Twitter users if they knew anyone that had contracted the virus.
"Me. it was like an awful flu that lingered for 3 weeks or so," Platt, 27, wrote. "Thankfully made a full recovery. so many haven't been as lucky and will continue not to be. #WearAMask."
The Broadway star followed up in a second tweet, adding, "This was in march, I'm totally fine now you sweet bb's. keep distancing and masking!"
On Nov. 14, a number of stars shared messages of support and asked fans to pray for the musician's recovery.
"Pray for my boy @jeremihhe's not doing good this covid s- is real 🙏🏿 he's in ICU in Chicago," 50 Cent wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of the pair, who have collaborated on several occasions over the years.
The former Real Housewives of Miami star shared (then deleted) a photo of her legs on Instagram stories, saying she'd been "battling COVID for a week. It's no joke I've never felt pain like this!"
The fiddler (and the 2019 CMA Musician of the Year) was one of five acts who had to pull out of the CMA Awards at the last minute due to a close COVID diagnosis - in this case, her own.
"Unfortunately I tested positive for...yeah you guessed it...'Rona," the fiddler, 36, wrote on Instagram right before the show. "I am thankfully feeling just fine, just bummed of course."
During a virtual appearance on the Nov. 10 episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, the 60-year-old The Undoing star revealed that he recently took an antibodies test that came back positive, and believes that he and his wife Anna Eberstein contracted the coronavirus back in February.
"It started as just a very strange syndrome where I kept breaking into a terrible sweat. It was like a poncho of sweat, embarrassing really," recalled Grant, adding that his "eyeballs felt about three sizes too big" and that he felt "as though some enormous man was sitting on my chest."
"I thought, 'I don't know what this is,' and then I was walking down the street one day and I thought, 'I can't smell a damn thing,' and you start to panic," he added.
Grant said he began "sniffing flowers" to be certain he had the telltale symptom, and still couldn't pick up a scent. "And you get more and more desperate - I started sniffing in garbage cans. You know, you want to sniff strangers' armpits because you just can't smell anything."
On the same night that his arrival at the Bachelorette bubble in Palm Springs aired, one of Tayshia Adams' new suitors revealed that he has tested positive for COVID-19.
Giannikopoulos shared his diagnosis on Instagram on Nov. 10, detailing "some of the hardest" hours of his life.
"I am going through a lot of emotions at the moment with so many thoughts in my head as to how this happened," he wrote in a lengthy Instagram caption. "I felt lousy for a few days but didn't believe I would contract the virus when I have been wearing a mask in public, washing and sanitizing hands regularly, and following social distancing protocol during work. This is an example no matter who we are or what we do, we are all vulnerable."
He explained that he then had an anxiety attack while driving home from the doctor, prompting him to "[lose] consciousness behind the wheel and my car went off road through a guard rail and hit a pole."
He later added, "Although my symptoms are evident, I am going to fight this and win. I understand so many lives have been impacted and my heart goes out to every single person affected. It's okay to be nervous, anxious, and feeling uncertain, but just remember we are all in it together."
"Some of y'all guessed it..... Got the Rona," the 33-year-old wrote alongside a selfie of himself outside his house, after asking fans in a previous post if they had "any ideas why I would have my tour bus parked in the drive way?"
"Asymptomatic. Quarantining on bus," he explained, adding, "Miss my family. Writing songs. Thankful."
The Housing and Urban Development Secretary tested positive for COVID-19 on Nov. 9, PEOPLE confirmed.
The diagnosis came after Carson, 69, attended the election-night watch party at the White House last week, according to the Associated Press. White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows was also in attendance and has since tested positive.
A White House spokesman told PEOPLE that the necessary contact tracing was underway.
"Any positive case is taken seriously. Contact tracing has been conducted by the White House Medical Unit consistent with CDC guidelines to stop further transmission," the spokesman maintained. "Appropriate notifications and recommendations have been made."
Carson, a former surgeon, told The Washington Post that on Sunday he had a fever as well as chills, cramping and "respiratory issues and fatigue."
The Spanish pro golfer won't play in the 2020 Masters Tournament due to a COVID-19 diagnosis, he announced on Nov. 9.
Garcia, 40, shared the news in a series of tweets, writing, "On Saturday night after driving back from the Houston Open, I started feeling a bit of a sore throat and a cough. The symptoms stayed with me on Sunday morning so I decided to get tested for COVID-19 and so did my wife Angela. Thankfully she tested negative, but I didn't."
Garcia continued in a second tweet, "After 21 years of not missing a Major Championship, I will sadly miss @themasters this week. The important thing is that my family and I are feeling good. We'll come back stronger and give the green jacket a go next April 👊🏼."
A rep for the country singer told the Associated Press that Brice had tested positive for the coronavirus ahead of the show and would no longer be performing with Carly Pearce. The duo was slated to take the stage together after being nominated for their duet "I Hope You're Happy Now" for musical event of the year and music video of the year.
While Brice can't attend country music's biggest night, his rep told the outlet that the "I Don't Dance" singer is still "in good spirits and not experiencing any symptoms." He will be isolating at his home for the next couple of weeks until he is cleared by a doctor.
Hunnam appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live and revealed that he had been sick with COVID-19 earlier this year.
The Sons of Anarchy star explained during his interview that he was feeling under the weather but was unsure what he was sick with. "I'm not sure what I have. I have a little bit of a persistent fever, a dry cough, a little bit of fatigue, so it could be COVID," he explained.
The actor noted that he had received a rapid test earlier in the week and had tested negative, telling Kimmel, "So I could be unfairly jumping to conclusions, but it feels consistent."
Hunnam then revealed that he had COVID-19 "earlier this year" and was trying to compare his symptoms. "It didn't feel like this," he said, going on to share that his experience with coronavirus "wasn't particularly acute."
"I just lost my sense of taste and smell for about 10 days and had a little bit of fatigue," he said. "This feels very, very different. This feels much more like flu."
John Elway & Joe Ellis
The Denver Broncos General Manager John Elway and President and CEO Joe Ellis have tested positive for coronavirus, the Broncos announced on Nov. 3 on Twitter.
"Broncos President & CEO Joe Ellis as well as Football Operations/General Manager John Elway were informed this morning they tested positive for COVID-19," the statement began.
"After not feeling 100 percent on Sunday morning, Joe promptly reported his symptoms to our medical team and watched Sunday's game at home as a precaution," the team said of Ellis, 61. "He continued to work from home on Monday before receiving a positive test result this morning."
Meanwhile, Elway, 60, "immediately left UCHealth Training Center on Monday morning after experiencing minor symptoms that he quickly brought to the attention of our medical staff," the Broncos said.
"Other than mild symptoms, both Joe and John are doing well," the team added. "They will continue to work from home in self-isolation and participate in virtual meetings while their health is monitored."
On Nov. 2, The Sun reported that William, 38, was "knocked" hard by COVID-19 in April - shortly after his father, Prince Charles, contracted the virus in March - but didn't want to worry people by revealing the news.
According to the paper, the prince shared that he had the virus while talking to someone at a public engagement. A source told the paper, "William was hit pretty hard by the virus ... it really knocked him for six."
"At one stage he was struggling to breathe, so obviously everyone around him was pretty panicked," the source added.
His office at Kensington Palace declined to comment and aides will not reveal the specifics of the second-in-line to the throne's illness.
William was seen by royal doctors at his country home, Anmer Hall, where he was quarantined in the early weeks of the pandemic. The prince didn't need to visit the hospital and neither his wife, Kate Middleton, nor their children, Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, 2, contracted the illness.
The reality star tested positive for coronavirus in March, she revealed in a sneak peek of the Oct. 29 episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Speaking to host Ellen DeGeneres on her eponymous talk show the following day, the Revenge Body host recalled finding out she had the virus.
"I felt really quickly on that I was getting sick with something. And I remember I just wore a mask [and] I remember wearing gloves just because it was speculation all about COVID but no one really knew," she said. "We all were like there's no way I could have COVID. I still was just very diligent, wearing masks, and we got tested, the whole family got tested, and my results were positive."
Speaking about the most difficult part of the experience, she added, "I just was quarantined in my room for like 16 days. We had to wait until I had negative test results for me to leave, and that was the hardest part." She continued, "I mean, I don't care how beautiful of a place you have, being taken away from your child for that long, because I couldn't be around my daughter, that was the most heart-wrenching thing."
The Ugly Betty actress revealed on the Oct. 29 episode of The Dr. Oz Show about her symptoms after catching the virus from a City of Angels costar at the start of the pandemic.
"I had the aches, I had gastro issues and severe headache. I had the dry cough," she said, according to ET Canada. "But luckily I distanced myself from everybody, quarantined for 14 days. Nobody saw me and made it through on the other end."
"When I got the positive test, for me it became holy f-," he said, explaining that his anxiety around it stemmed from halting the production of his upcoming Starz drama Heels. "I just destroyed this show because I'm No. 1 on the call sheet and I work every day more or less."
He added that he was already self-isolating when he first felt symptoms, because another person on the set had previously tested positive.
"I woke up and it was the strangest thing. My f-ing right ear was plugged and I was hot and cold," he explained of his symptoms.
Amell said he also felt "super dizzy," had no appetite and lost 15 lbs. while fighting off the illness.
The Duck Dynasty alum, 23, shared a photo on Oct. 26 from her hospital bed, revealing in her caption that "one of the most challenging things" she has faced as of late has been her battle with COVID-19, which made her "very sick."
"I know everyone experiences covid differently, but wow these symptoms are wild. I've definitely struggled through this one!" she wrote. "Thankfully baby Huff is doing great and healthy, and I am now healing as well. I'm no longer in the hospital (this pic was not from today) and I have just about fully recovered."
Robertson, who is currently expecting her first child with husband Christian Huff, was diagnosed with coronavirus earlier this month.
"I've learned a lot and I have been challenged in a lot of new ways," she said. "I will say my dependency on Jesus has never felt greater in some of the hardest moment of this sickness. I'm thankful I serve a savior who is with me in these moments that feel rather lonely. My heart and my [family's] heart goes out to everyone suffering with Covid."
The actor-turned-DJ revealed that he had coronavirus at the beginning of the pandemic, but by quarantining for two weeks, was able to keep his family from being infected.
"My wife and my kids were really frightened," he told PEOPLE. "There was so much, and there's still so much unknown ... I didn't need to be hospitalized. I was incredibly lucky in terms of that, but I did suffer quite a bit."
The head coach of the University of Alabama's Crimson Tide football team, 69, tested positive for coronavirus the Wednesday before an important game against Georgia.
He told fans Thursday night he was "feeling great" and hoped to be able to attend the game if he got a negative test in time.
The soccer star has tested positive while playing for Portugal in the UEFA Nations League Tournament at the Stade de France in Paris. He will miss his team's game on Oct. 14 against Sweden following the positive COVID-19 test, according to Reuters' translation of an Oct. 13 statement from the Portugal Football Federation.
The Federation noted that Ronaldo is doing well in isolation and not exhibiting symptoms of the coronavirus. The rest of the Portuguese team also underwent testing, all of which came back negative.
The singer confirmed in a video on Instagram that he tested positive on Oct. 5, 2020. Songz (born Tremaine Neverson) said that he's been cautious during the pandemic since his grandfather died earlier this year from what he believes were complications from the virus.
He also noted that he frequently got tested since he has 17-month-old son Noah to care for.
"Here with a very important message to let you know that I tested positive for COVID-19," he said in the clip. "I've taken many tests as I've been out protesting, food drives, of course I have a very young son at home, so I get tested periodically and this time unfortunately it came back positive."
"I will be taking it seriously, I will be self-quarantining," added Songz. "I will be in my house until I see a negative sign."
The artist encouraged his followers to also take precautions if they've been exposed to the coronavirus.
"I've always taken it serious. If you come in contact with COVID, please do the same. Please do the same. Don't be like the president," he said, referencing President Donald Trump downplaying the coronavirus even after contracting it himself. "Much love and peace, y'all. I thank you in advance for your support [and] your love."
Captioning the post, Songz wrote: "Down but not out! Stay safe y'all! Wear your mask. Wash your hands. 🙏🏾"
The NFL star is taking time to monitor his health after the New England Patriots confirmed positive cases of COVID-19.
On Oct. 3, the NFL said in a statement that the game between the Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs would be postponed "after positive COVID-19 tests on both teams." The next day, the league announced that the game would be rescheduled for Monday, Oct. 5 at 7:05 p.m. ET.
Newton wrote on Instagram the morning of Oct. 4 that he would be taking time to "get healthy and self-reflect."
"I NEVER WILL QUESTION GODs reasoning; just will always respond with, 'YES LORD'‼️," the quarterback wrote. "I appreciate all the love, support, and WELL WISHES‼️ I will take this time to get healthy and self reflect on the other AMAZING THINGS THAT I SHOULD BE GRATEFUL FOR‼️"
Though Newton did not confirm whether he was one of the athletes who tested positive for the coronavirus, multiple outlets report that the athlete - who took over for Tom Brady on the New England squad this season - contracted COVID-19.
A rep for Newton did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.
Kim Kardashian West opened up about her scary experience caring for husband Kanye when he had contracted the virus back in February.
"Kanye had it way at the beginning, when nobody really knew what was going on," Kim told GRAZIA for their October 2020 print issue. "It was so scary and unknown. I had my four babies and no one else in the house to help."
Kim said Kanye tested positive around the same time that Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson announced they had it in mid-March.
"Chills, shaking in the bed, taking hot showers, looking at videos telling me what I'm supposed to do to get over it," the rapper told the outlet of his experience with the virus. "I remember someone had told me Drake had the coronavirus and my response was Drake can't be sicker than me!" (Drake later revealed he had tested negative.)
Donald & Melania Trump
President Trump and First Lady Melania announced their positive test results on Twitter, just hours after it was confirmed the president's adviser Hope Hicks had contracted the contagious virus.
"Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19," President Trump tweeted on Oct. 2. "We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this TOGETHER!"
Mrs. Trump tweeted minutes later that she and her husband were "feeling good."
"As too many Americans have done this year, @potus & I are quarantining at home after testing positive for COVID-19," she wrote. "We are feeling good & I have postponed all upcoming engagements. Please be sure you are staying safe & we will all get through this together."
On Oct. 5, White House physician Dr. Sean Conley said that Trump would be able to continue his treatment from home at the White House.
"Though he may not be entirely out of the woods yet, the team and I agree that all our evaluations - and most importantly, his clinical status - support the president's safe return home," Conley said.
Instead of remaining in isolation, Trump made another outing over the weekend to wave at his supporters outside Walter Reed from his presidential motorcade - a move that was criticized for putting others at risk of contracting the virus.
Just before leaving Walter Reed, Trump sent out a tweet promising to be back on the campaign trail "soon."
Since President Trump's positive diagnosis, at least half-a-dozen members of the administration (plus several non-officials who recently visited the White House and several journalists) have tested positive for the virus, including Trump's campaign manager Bill Stepien, former senior aide Kellyanne Conway, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, assistant to the president Nicholas Luna and assistant press secretaries Karoline Leavitt and Chad Gilmartin.
Jim Parsons & Todd Spiewak
″Todd and I both had it early on. It was, like, middle of March,″ Parsons recalled, going on to describe their symptoms ″We didn't know what it was. We thought we had colds. And then it seemed less likely, and then finally we lost our sense of smell and taste.″
″It defied the descriptions for me. I didn't realize how completely taste and smell could be gone,″ he continued. ″And when you're in quarantine and there's really nothing to do but eat, oh my God, that was brutal."
"Hey, everyone. As I go into my 20th year on the E! red carpet I have to say I do not take missing an award show lightly, but unfortunately, this year is just so different," Rancic announced in a video clip she taped from home. "As part of E! and NBCUniversal's very strict testing guidelines, especially before an event like this, I did find out that I tested positive for COVID-19. Now as much as I didn't want to hear that, I'm very thankful I heard it before I traveled and possibly could have exposed other people. So for that, I'm thankful."
Rancic continued, "As far as my health, I'm doing well. My husband Bill and our son also did test positive, but we're all doing well and taking care of each other so I'm going to get back to doing that. But I just want to say I'm wishing you all the best and please protect yourselves and protect those around you. Take good care and I'll see you on the next red carpet."
The pre-show was instead hosted by Brad Goreski and Nina Parker.
Vivica A. Fox
The star, who was supposed to be a special correspondent during the 2020 Emmys pre-show, also revealed that she had tested positive for COVID-19. Fox announced her absence through a statement read by Brad Goreski.
"I am terribly sorry I cannot be with my E! family tonight! Unfortunately, I have tested positive for the coronavirus. So, in an abundance of caution, I am isolating myself at home," the statement read.
"During these unprecedented times, it's more important than ever that we follow all safety and health rules and guidelines to protect ourselves and each other. I'm sending my very best to Nina and Brad, who I know will hold down the fort, and congratulations to all tonight's nominees! I look forward to seeing everyone again soon!" the statement said.
Then, two days after her announcement, Fox shared an update with her fans on Instagram, writing that she is now negative.
"On Friday I took a self administered COVID-19 test and as many of you are aware, it came back positive," she wrote on Sept. 22, 2020. "Two days ago I took another COVID test, this one administered by a medical professional, and I am thrilled to announce that last night my results came back NEGATIVE!"
"I am feeling great and I want to thank everyone for their show of love and support," she added.
Neil Patrick Harris & David Burtka's Family
On Sept. 15, the How I Met Your Mother star revealed on the Today show that he and his family contracted COVID-19 earlier this year.
Harris, 47, his husband David Burtka and their 9-year-old twins Gideon and Harper have since recovered, but the father of two described the experience as "not pleasant."
"It happened very early [in the pandemic], like late March, early April," he said. "We were doing our best before, and I thought I had the flu, and I didn't want to be paranoid about it. And then I lost my sense of taste and smell, which was a big indicator, so we holed up."
Harris added that he and his family now "have antibodies and are feeling good."
The Bad Girls Club alum has been hospitalized after initially thinking her symptoms were due to an asthma attack.
Nunn opened up about her COVID-19 diagnosis in an Instagram post on Sept. 14, 2020.
"I thought I was coughing and having as asthma attack the last 4 days due to the smoke outside in Northern California from all the fires," she wrote alongside a video taken from her hospital bed, "well unfortunately I have tested positive for Covid 19!"
"Please keep me and my family in your prayers as this is such a scary time for myself and my family!" Nunn continued.
The reality star shared a similar video taken at the hospital on her Instagram Story, captioning the footage with for prayer hands emojis.
The fitness trainer revealed on Sept. 8, 2020 that she had contracted COVID-19 "several weeks ago" as she discussed why people should consider not going to the gym amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
"If you are afraid of COVID, you should not go to the gym. And I actually am a person who let my guard down, I haven't even spoken about this publicly really, and a very close friend of mine gave me COVID several weeks ago," she said during an interview with Fox Business discussing her at-home workout app.
"I'm fortunate to have gone into it being healthy and I was able to get on the other side of it pretty quick, but not everyone is that lucky as we know," she continued. "All I can tell you is if you are afraid of getting COVID, a public gym is probably a place where you will get it."
"I would love to tell you that's not the case, but the reality is I literally get my guard down for an hour with one of my best friends who does my hair and makeup and got it," Michaels said. "It's just that simple."
The Biggest Loser alum went on to explain that her friend did not know she had coronavirus when they met up, and neither one of them knew they had contracted the virus until days after the meeting.
"If you're not in a mask and that person is not in a mask, and they have COVID and have no idea - because, by the way, I had no idea that I had it for six days [and] my friend had no idea that she had it when she gave it to me - anticipate that you will likely get it in an environment like that," she said of going to the gym.
"If you are afraid of it, by all means, it's not a move that I would recommend making," Michaels added.
Haddish shared that she's been tested 12 times for work, and that she tested positive once three months ago.
"I was working on a movie and someone in the movie contracted coronavirus," Haddish told Fauci. "I was not in direct contact with them, but they sent all of us home, we stopped the movie." That time, she said, her test results came back negative.
After another person she knew tested positive, Haddish got another test. "I'm not feeling any symptoms or anything, and it comes back like two days later, and they said I did have the coronavirus."
After quarantining with her dogs, the actress then returned for another test which came back negative, and an antibodies test which came back positive. Her most recent test, however, showed that she was negative for antibodies. "So I think I'm superhuman," she joked.
A rep for the actor, 34, did not immediately respond to PEOPLE's request for comment.
Warner Bros. did not specify who on set was affected but did tell Vanity Fair in a statement on Sept. 3, 2020, "A member of The Batman production tested positive for Covid-19, and is isolating in accordance with established protocols. Filming is temporarily paused."
This is the second time the film has halted production, with the first being in March as the coronavirus pandemic swept through the globe.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson's Family
The actor, 48, shared that he and his wife had been particularly unwell, but are currently "on the other end of it."
"I wanted to give you guys a little helpful update on things that have been going on on my end for the past two-and-a-half to three weeks now. So the update is this: my wife Lauren as well as my two baby girls and myself, we have all tested positive for COVID-19," Johnson began his video message, shared on Instagram.
"I could tell you that this has been one of the most challenging and difficult things we have ever had to endure as a family, and for me, too, personally as well," he continued. "And I've gone through some doozies in the past."
Johnson said that he and his family contracted the contagious respiratory virus from family friends, who he said are "devastated" that they unwittingly spread the virus.
The actor encouraged his followers to stay safe, be careful about how they are socializing, to boost their immune systems with vitamins and to wear a mask.
He said in his video, "So wear your masks. I'm not a politician. I am a man though, who cares about my family deeply and will do everything I can to protect them. But I'm also a man who cares about all of you guys. I don't care what political party you're affiliated with. I don't care what part of th