The hero of the series “Breaking Bad” recovered from coronavirus infection

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American actor and director Brian Cranston has recovered from COVID-19, as he posted on Instagram on Thursday, July 30.

Cranston described himself as “lucky” because he had mild symptoms. The actor said that he had minor headaches, loss of smell and taste, and chest tightness.

“I followed the health safety standards quite strictly and yet … I contracted the virus,” he wrote in a comment under the posted video.

The actor noted that he was filming these footage, heading to the Blood and Platelet Center at the University of California at Los Angeles to donate his blood plasma to help patients with coronavirus infection.

“I urge you to continue to wear that damn mask, wash your hands and maintain social distance,” the director added.

Brian Cranston, 64, is a Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe recipient and has a personalized star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. To the Russian audience, he is known for the main role of the chemist Walter White in the series “Breaking Bad”. He also starred in 2014’s Godzilla, John Carter, Saving Private Ryan and others.

According to the Wordometr portal, the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus infection in the United States has exceeded 4.6 million, more than 155 thousand people have died, and 2,278,836 people have recovered.

On the eve of the director of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Health Emergencies Program, Michael Ryan, said that humanity will not soon develop herd immunity against COVID-19.

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus announced a few days ago that the coronavirus pandemic is increasing in the world.

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