Bryan Cranston reveals he had COVID-19, donates plasma: ‘Keep wearing the damn mask’

The Breaking Bad actor recently spoke in an Instagram video about he had contracted coronavirus and subsequently recovered, and now has donated his plasma for scientific study for it contains antibodies. Although he never mentioned when he got it, he implied that it was early on in the pandemic. He might not have severe symptoms, but he had a headache, a tightness in his chest, and had completely lost his olfactory senses and appetite.

“Hello everybody. I wanted to announce that I had COVID-19 a little while ago. Very lucky, very mild symptoms,” Cranston said to the camera while donning a face mask and sunglasses.

Then he recorded himself donating his plasma at the UCLA Blood and Platelet Centre in Los Angeles, where he admits to being a bit nervous and shaken before the procedure. But during the procedure, he was quite comfortably watching ‘A Face in The Crowd’ starring Patricia Neal and Andy Griffith.

Although he followed all the social protocols, he still contracted it. Nevertheless, he advised all his followers to keep wearing the mask irrespective of what they thought about it. Furthermore, he asked them to put sanitizer on the top of their list, along with social distancing.

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