Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson.
Gulf Today Report
Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson returned to Los Angeles on Friday after spending more than two weeks in quarantine in Australia after testing positive for the novel coronavirus.
The "Forrest Gump" and "Toy Story" actor and Wilson were photographed smiling while driving a vehicle in the city.
Tom and Rita were spotted in their Range Rover on Friday moments after landing at Van Nuys Airport.Hanks, a double Oscar winner and one of America's most beloved stars, and Wilson were the first big celebrities to announce they had tested positive for the disease, which has become a global epidemic with more than 27,000 deaths worldwide.
They were treated in hospital in Australia and isolated themselves for a further period after leaving.
Hanks' last posting on his Twitter account on Sunday said it had been two weeks since their first symptoms and that they were feeling better.
After recovering from COVID-19, Oscar-winning actor Tom hanks has shared photographs of himself donating plasma on social media.
Coronavirus is all anyone is talking about lately. What else is there to discuss during this crazy time? This week we take a look at some of the famous people who have come down with Covid-19 as they describe their range of symptoms.
The “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” actor made his foray on the social media platform with a shirtless “Quarantine Dance” dressed in a cowboy hat, boots and a pair of black shorts.
Located at in Downtown Dubai, Dubai Opera passionately embraces its role as the creative heart of the city, producing and hosting the most beautiful, most authentic, and engaging performing arts experiences from Dubai and the world.
Five films of different genres and storylines from an industry that began in 1926 had been selected for free public viewing at the Manarat Al Saadiyat in the Saadiyat Cultural District of the capital.
After making her acting debut in 2000 in Refugee, Kapoor established herself with roles in the dramas Asoka and Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... (both 2001). This was followed by a series of commercial failures and negative reviews for her repetitive roles.
Anne Heche, who's been hospitalised at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills hospital north of Los Angeles, suffered a "severe anoxic brain injury,” the statement said. Such an injury is caused by a sustained lack of oxygen to the brain.