Dwayne’ The Rock’ Johnson revealed that he and his entire family had contracted the coronavirus. Luckily, the actor and his family have made it to the other side of the illness and regained their health. Moreover, Johnson (42) and his better half, Lauren (35), fell victim to the virus and their two daughters. Jasmine (4) and Tiana (2) contracted the virus at the same time. Johnson took to Instagram to warn everyone around the world about the same.
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Besides, Johnson and his family tested positive for the virus about two-and-a-half weeks back. The actor referred to the positive tests as a kick in the gut, but the family fought against it together. Luckily, The Rock, his wife, and two daughters have all tested negative and aren’t contagious. While his daughters had mild symptoms, Dwayne and Lauren had a rough time instead. Moreover, they caught the disease even after being safe from very close friends.
Meanwhile, Dwayne reveals this is the most challenging and difficult things the family has had to overcome. As a doting father and husband, Johnson said his number one priority is to protect his family.
The actor made it a point to educate his fans and followers about the virus and explained why they should stay safe. Johnson pleaded fans to wear a mask, least a healthy lifestyle, and boost the immune system. He also stated that wearing a mask is important and not to consider it as a political agenda.
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Meanwhile, Dwayne Johnson, famously known as The Rock, earned the highest-paid actor’s title recently. That too, not for the first time but the second consecutive year. According to Forbes Magazine, the actor made a whopping $87.5 million from June 2019-2020. Besides, Johnson’s set to star in producer Hiram Garcia’s Black Adam. However, the pandemic has pushed back the schedule, and shooting won’t possibly start before 2021.
While Dwayne and his family overcame the virus, he thanked his followers for their love and support. The actor urged everyone to stay safe, strict about meeting people, and not wearing a mask.