Chloe Bennet, Louis Gossett Jr. and more famous people diagnosed with COVID-19
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COVID-19 doesn't care who you are or how famous you might be. Since early 2020, many of the biggest names in Hollywood, sports, royalty and politics have contracted the coronavirus. Wonderwall.com rounded up all the well-known people who've had the virus, starting with this TV star... Actress Chloe Bennet from "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." revealed on Dec. 31 that she and her family were diagnosed with coronavirus infections over the holidays. "On Christmas morning I woke up with a high fever, and unable to breathe. I got tested, and I'm positive for COVID-19 … it's been a rough week to say the least. We've all been battling it out together. We're still not in the clear, but as of now we're doing… okay," she wrote on her Instagram Story. "I'm sharing this because I want to iterate to anyone who still may not be taking covid seriously, please please please f*** do. … I pride myself on staying healthy, I always wore a mask, social distanced, and took all the necessary precautions and I still got VERY sick. And I'm one of the lucky ones. I repeat! I'm young, healthy, and diligent about my health and this virus still knocked me the f down and continues to do so … If it can happen to me it can happen to you." Keep reading to see who else among the famous has been diagnosed with COVID-19...
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