‘Harry Potter’ author J.K Rowling says fully recovered from likely coronavirus
“Harry Potter” author J. K. Rowling said on Monday she had recovered from a suspected case of COVID-19 after two weeks of illness.
“For last nights I’ve possessed all the signs of C19 (tho haven’t been recently tested), ” Rowling said on her Twitter account. She also shared a video of a breathing technique that she said had helped her manage her worst symptoms and had been recommended by her husband, who is a doctor in the U. K.
“I actually am entirely recovered and wanted to talk about a technique that’s recommended by doctors, costs nothing, does not have nasty side effects but may help you/your family and friends a lot, since it did me, ” she added.
Rowling, 54, whose “Harry Potter” book collection and subsequent films currently have millions of supporters worldwide, was the latest celeb to broadcast they had restored from the disease caused by a fresh coronavirus that has taken often the lives in excess of 70, 500 people worldwide.
The expanding list includes actors Tom Hanks and even Idris Elba, U. S. pop artist Pink and heir on the British tub Prince Charles.
Rowling yesterday announced that “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, ” the primary book inside the series regarding the boy wizard, will be available without cost worldwide as being an ebook together with audiobook throughout April, within an project to help mother and father, carers in addition to teachers captivate housebound youngsters.