Updates From Celebrities and Athletes Who Have Tested Positive for COVID-19

With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to sweep across the globe, everyday life has come to a grinding halt. Restaurants and bars are shuttering, stock markets are tumbling, and #socialdistancing is trending. While it can be hard to accept this new reality, you may find solace in the simple fact that we are all in this fight together––and celebrities are no exception.

Last week, the world was shocked to learn that Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson had tested positive for the coronavirus. Over the course of the past week, several other high-profile celebrities and professional athletes have also confirmed positive tests for the virus.

To get the latest update of who has it and how their recovery is progressing, here are the latest updates we found on their

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On flu vaccine, generations collide | Health Beat

Millennials, the nation’s largest demographic group, are the least likely to get vaccinated against influenza this season. (For Spectrum Health Beat)

Millennials are less likely to have had a flu shot this season and are more likely than other American adults to agree with some false anti-vaccination information, according to a new nationwide survey.

The results also showed that nearly one-third of adults polled don’t plan to get a flu shot and many underestimate how deadly flu can be.

The American Academy of Family Physicians-commissioned survey of U.S. adults aged 25 to 73 found that 51% haven’t had a flu shot this season and 32% don’t plan to get one.

When asked a series of factual questions about the flu, 82% answered at least one wrong and 28% got all of them wrong.

“It is very alarming to see how people are being influenced by the anti-vax movement,” Dr. Alexa

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