British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, whose examination was positive, has become a well-known figure among the world’s known people infected with the emerging coronavirus.
Johnson announced he was infected with the emerging coronavirus after he showed “slight symptoms” of the disease, as the British government announced on Friday.
Also, British Health Secretary Matt Hancock also announced that he was infected with the virus.
Before that, Prince Charles, 71, the British crown prince, had contracted the emerging coronavirus with mild symptoms of the disease, his office announced on Wednesday.
On March 19, the Monaco Palace announced that Prince Albert II was infected with the new Corona virus, confirming that he could continue working from his own residence and that his “health condition was not a cause for concern.”
The European chief negotiator for Brexit Michel Barnier, 69, also announced that his test result had been positive and that he was HIV-19 infected. But he said that his health calls for reassurance in a video posted on Twitter.
Environmental activist Greta Tonberg announced on Tuesday that she was “probably” infected with the virus after 10 days ago she felt several symptoms upon returning from Central Europe. She isolated herself with her father.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has placed himself in house isolation for two weeks since March 13, after his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau’s tests were positive.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel put herself in quarantine on Sunday after mixing with an infected doctor. The result of the first examination conducted on Monday was negative.
The Finnish presidency announced that the 82-year-old Nobel Peace Prize laureate Martti Ahtisaari was infected with the new Corona virus.
Technically, the famous Cameroonian saxophonist Manu Dipanguo died in France from a 19-year-old Coffid at the age of 86, said Thierry Doubert, publisher of the artist’s musical works.
American playwright Terence McNally died on Tuesday of complications from an emerging infection with the Corona virus at the age of 81, according to his agent.
Before him, singer Orlos Mabelle, star of modern Congolese rumba, who was infected with the new Corona virus, died on Thursday in Paris.
Young Canadian singer Lenny-Kim announced Saturday that he had contracted the disease.
Also on Sunday, Spanish opera singer Placido Domingo announced his injury, saying he was “in good health.”
And US media reported on Sunday that former film producer Harvey Weinstein, who was recently sentenced to 23 years in prison for sexual assault and rape, was infected with the virus.
On Monday, Tom Hanks and his wife, actress and singer Rita Wilson, the first Hollywood superstar to report their injury on March 12, said they were improving after about two weeks of quarantine in Australia.
Also on March 16, British actor Idris Elba announced that his examination was positive and put himself in isolation.
The 70-year-old Chilean writer, Luis Cibolveda, who lives in northern Spain, contracted the virus and remains in hospital. He felt the first symptoms on February 25, two days after returning from a literary festival in Portugal.
On the sports front, former Real Madrid president Lorenzo Sanz died Saturday three days after being hospitalized due to Covid-19.
Several players were injured in the Juventus Torino football team, including French Blaise Matuidi, world soccer champion with the French national team in 2018, who has voluntarily isolated himself at home since March 11, after his positive test result.
And Saturday, Italian football club Milan announced the injury of legend, former defender Paulo Maldini and his son Daniel, to the new Corona virus.
In England, Arsenal coach Michael Artita announced that his test is positive, as is a player from Chelsea.
The Turkish soccer player Fatih Terim, Galatasaray coach, was also infected with the virus.
Tests of at least 15 NBA basketball players were positive, including Brooklyn Nets superstar Kevin Durant and French Rudi Goubert (Utah).
On Thursday, French volleyball team Arvin Ngabith was hospitalized due to the new Corona.