Bryan Cranston, best known for his role as Walter White in the series Breaking Bad, He told through his Instagram account that was infected with coronavirus, but luckily already recovered and was able to donate plasma.
While the 64-year-old actor did not say exactly how he became infected with Covid-19, he did indicate that it was "fairly early" in the pandemic. He had mild symptoms including headache, chest pressure, and loss of taste and smell, as detailed in the post.
"I was very strict adhering to the protocols and still … I contracted the virus, '' said the actor to raise awareness of how easy it is to get sick from coronavirus and he exhorted his followers to wear masks, wash their hands, and practice social distancing.
Cranston recorded himself donating plasma at the University of California, Los Angeles Blood and Platelet Center. He said the process took about an hour, during which time he saw the 1957 film. A Face in the Crowd, starring Andy Griffith and Patricia Neal.
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