Celebrities Who Have Been Tested for the Coronavirus (or Thought They Had It)
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has become a global pandemic that has affected more than half a million people worldwide, killing more than 27,000 around the globe as of March 27.
The severity of the virus and its symptoms range from person to person, but generally include fever, body aches, fatigue and trouble breathing. At the time of publishing, the United States has the most number of people infected and due to the spread, people have begun to self-isolate and businesses have shut down. States have even been mandating that citizens stay inside their homes except in cases of necessity.
But the coronavirus doesn’t discriminate. Because some of those that are infected with COVID-19 don’t show any symptoms and symptoms can develop anytime between 2-14 days after exposure, celebrities and non-celebrities alike have been tested.
See which celebrities have been tested for the coronavirus; who were confirmed positive or negative; or have an unknown status, below.