Bond Girl Olga Kurylenko Reveals She Has Coronavirus, Urges Others to 'Take This Seriously'
Olga Kurylenko starred alongside Daniel Craig in 2008's Quantum of Solace
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The Quantum of Solace star, 40, shared on her Instagram account Sunday that she is currently “locked up at home after having tested positive for Coronavirus,” posting a photo featuring a view of outside from of her home window.
“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!” Kurylenko concluded.
Fans and fellow celebs alike jumped into the comments section to send the former Bond girl well wishes for a full recovery.
“Oh my god, feel better lady! We’re praying for you!❤️❤️❤️” Milla Jovovich wrote.
To one user who asked Kurylenko how she was handling treatment, she responded, in Russian, “To bring down the temperature, they said to take [acetaminophen], which I do. … Of course, I still take vitamins … and I eat garlic, for the immune system. I drink water. Squeeze lemons in water. That’s all.”
As of Monday morning, there have been 167,400 confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) across the world, while at least 6,329 have died from the virus. In the United States, over 3,600 cases have been confirmed, with 66 deaths, according to a database from The New York Times.
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Recently, Ohio, Illinois, California and Massachusetts issued orders and recommendations to close certain gathering places in an effort to encourage social distancing and combat the spread of the virus.
This move by these four states and retailers — and potentially many more in the coming days — can be the key to stopping the spread of the virus, health officials say.
“This ought to be top of mind for people over 60 and those with underlying health problems, such as heart or lung disease, diabetes or compromised immune systems,” Dr. William Schaffner, a Vanderbilt University professor and longtime adviser to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), told CNN earlier this month.
“The single most important thing you can do to avoid the virus is to reduce your face-to-face contact with people,” Schaffner added.
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