Tom Hanks was one of the first stars to get coronavirus in March. In an interview on The Late Show, he told host Stephen Colbert what symptoms COVID-19 encountered and how the disease was overcome by his wife, Rita Wilson, who was also infected.
The four got sick in Australia, where Hanks flew to shoot a new movie. The actor noted that for him the news of a positive test for coronavirus was a shock: “We had no idea where to get infected.
According to the actor, the wife had a high fever and “terrible nausea. Rita also lost her sense of smell: “We did not know about this symptom at the time. We ate food from the delivery, and I thought it was amazing, and Rita is – “tastes like sour milk. I thought she wasn’t herself.”
Interestingly, Tom Hanks’s coronavirus was very different: “My bones were made of crackers. Every time I walked, it felt like something inside me was cracking.” At the same time, the sense of smell of the 64-year-old actor has remained, but he caught up with another misfortune: Hanks admitted that there were severe pain in the “fifth point”, “as if someone had hit her with his fist.
It took the couple about 9-10 days to recover.