Dwayne Johnson and family recovering from Covid-19

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  • Dwayne Johnson has revealed he, his wife Lauren, and daughters Jasmine and Tiana, are all recovering from Covid-19.
  • The actor said it has been "one of the most challenging and difficult things we have ever had to endure as a family".
  • The Jumanji star said they contracted the virus from "very close family friends", urging fans to take every precaution to keep safe.


Dwayne Johnson has a message for his fans around the world.

The actor took to Instagram on Wednesday sharing a health update after he, his wife Lauren and daughters Jasmine and Tiana, all contracted Covid-19.

"We're on the other end of it and no longer contagious. Thank God, we're healthy," he said, but added that he knows others have not been so lucky.

"I can tell you that this has been one of the most challenging and difficult things we have ever had to endure as a family," he said.

"Testing positive for Covid-19 is much different than overcoming nasty injuries, or being evicted or even being broke, which I have been more than a few times."

He added: "My number one priority is to always protect my family," before sharing ways in which others can ensure they protect themselves from contracting the virus.

The Jumanji star shared that his family contracted Covid-19 from "very close family friends", saying people should take every precaution before allowing others over, boost their immune systems so they can fight the virus should they contract it and, of course, wear a mask.

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The actor joins a long list of stars who've contracted Covid-19. Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson were the first A-listers to share they'd tested positive for the coronavirus back in March, followed by Idris Elba and even Prince Charles. Antonio Banderas just recently shared his status but has since recovered.  

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