Politicians, artists and athletes are infected with the Coronavirus

 British singer Marianne Faithfull joined the list of famous personalities infected with the emerging coronavirus, which killed Wednesday the American musician Ellis Marsalis.

Former Congo President Brazzaville Jacques Joachim Yumbe Obango died Monday in France after contracting the new Coronavirus at the age of 81.

The former minister and prominent figure on the French right, Patrick DeVigian, also died on the night of March 28-29 due to the new Corona.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is infected with the emerging coronavirus, decided on Friday to extend his quarantine in Downing Street, the seat of the British government and his place of residence.

On Monday, Prince Charles, heir to the British throne with HIV, ended a seven-day stone period, but decided to isolate himself for an additional week.

The Prince of Monaco, Albert II, who has been infected with the virus since March 31, also came out of stone.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who was in house isolation because of her meeting with a doctor who was infected with the virus, went out of stone on Friday, after she had undergone three negative tests.

The chief negotiator of the European Union on Brexit Michel Barnier (69 years old) announced that he had contracted the new Corona virus on March 19, and "is recovering at his home and his condition is improving," according to a source in the European Commission.

The result of the examination of the Israeli Health Minister, Yaakov Letzman, on Thursday was positive, which led to the return of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to a mandatory quarantine.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau remains in isolation since his wife, Sophie, was declared ill, despite her recovery.

The Finnish presidency announced that the 82-year-old Nobel Peace Prize laureate Martti Ahtisaari has been infected with the new Corona virus.

Environmental activist Greta Tonberg recovered after being "probably" infected with the virus.

Marianne Faithfull, a British singer, transferred the icon of the sixties, aged 73, to a hospital in London, after it was confirmed that she had contracted the new Corona virus, and her office announced Saturday that her condition was "stable".

American musician Ellis Marsalis, considered to be the father of jazz music in the United States, died on Wednesday after suffering an epidemic at the age of 85.

The virus has also killed 86-year-old Cameroonian saxophonist Manu Debango in France, as well as American playwright Terence McNally at 81.

On the other hand, American actor Tom Hanks and his wife, singer and actress Rita Wilson, have recovered from illness, and they returned to their home in Los Angeles two weeks after the stone in Australia.

The 79-year-old Spanish opera singer, Placido Domingo, was discharged Monday from the hospital he was admitted to in Mexico, after he fell ill.

French singer Patrick Brouell and Charles Eli Couture announced on Thursday that they have been infected with the virus.

Young Canadian singer Lenny-Kim, 21, has also announced his illness.

British actor Idris Elba, who was HIV-positive but without symptoms, ended his isolation period on March 31.

Luis Sibulveda, who lives in northern Spain, is infected with the virus, and is still in hospital, and his health condition is unknown.

Bab 68 Diouf, a 68-year-old Senegalese president and former head of the Marseille Football Club, died after suffering a new corona on March 31.

Former Real Madrid president Lorenzo Sanz died on March 21 from contracting the virus.

Several players in the Juventus Torino football team were injured, including the French football champion Blaise Mitwedi, who is still in isolation, with the French national football team in 2018, and the Argentine striker Paulo Dybala, who confirmed on March 27 that his condition "improved greatly."

And AC Milan announced the injury of legend, former defender Paolo Maldini and his son Daniel, with the new Corona virus.

In England, Arsenal coach Michael Artita was cured of his injury on 12 March.

The epidemic also affected American businessman and New York Knicks basketball teamman James Dolan.

Tests of at least 14 NBA basketball players were positive. Rudi Goubert, Donovan Mitchell, Christian Wood and Marcus Smart were cured of them.

Arvine Ngapeth, France's volleyball team star, has also been cured.


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