Tom Hanks speaks out about coronavirus battle after returning to California

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson are back in the United States after spending more than two weeks in Australia after testing positive for the coronavirus.

Hanks, 63. shared a statement Twitter thank everyone who took care of him and Wilson in Australia. He added that they will continue to take shelter at home.

“Hey, folks … We’re home now and, like in the rest of America, we’re going to continue with shelter and social distance,” wrote the Oscar winner. “Many thanks to everyone in Australia who took care of us. Their care and guidance made our return to the US possible. And many thanks to you who have had contact with good wishes. Rita and I appreciate it so much. Hanx. “

Hanks and Wilson were the first celebrities to make a public statement confirming they had tested positive for COVID-19.

The couple shared their diagnosis in a statement on March 11. Hanks said they got cold symptoms, including fatigue, body aches, and fever.

“To play things right, as is currently needed in the world, we were tested for the Coronavirus and found to be positive,” said Hanks wrote. We Hanks is tested, observed and isolated for as long as public health and safety require. Not much more than a day-at-a-time approach, right? ‘

The couple kept their fans informed while they were isolated. They left the hospital on March 16 and spent time quarantined in a rented house in Australia.

Hanks has also reminded fans of the importance of social distance.

“Shelter in place works like this: you don’t give it to anyone – you don’t get it from anyone. Common sense, right?” He wrote. “It takes a while, but if we take care of each other, help where we can, and some comfort give up … this will pass too. We can figure this out. “

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