Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson reveals his family tested positive for coronavirus

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson reveals his family tested positive for coronavirus

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has recently revealed that all of the members of his family have tested positive for coronavirus.


The 48-year-old actor revealed that he, his wife Lauren Hashian, 35-year-old and their two daughters, Tiana and Jasmine have all tested positive with the COVID-19. However, he went on stating that they're on "the other end of it" and are "no longer contagious".


Dwayne took to Instagram for a clear statement about his family's situation to 196 million followers, pointing out the diagnoses "one of the most challenging and difficult" things that all members have ever had to overcome together as a family.

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"Testing positive for COVID-19 is a lot different than recovering from nasty injuries, getting evicted or being broke, which I've been more than a few times," he began the speech.

"My No. 1 priority is to always protect my family and my loved ones... I wish it was only me that tested positive. It was my entire family and it was a kick in the gut. We in a family are good, we're on the other end of it and no longer contagious. Thank God, we're healthy."

He continued: "We are counting our blessings right now. We are well aware you don’t always get to the other end of COVID-19 stronger and healthier."

"I have had some of my best friends lose their parents to this virus that is so incredibly relentless and unforgiving. We are counting our blessings, but we are good."


During the sharing moment of the news, he didn't forget to urge his fans to seriously acknowledge of the pandemic and be aware of their own health.

"If you guys are having family and friends over to your house, you know them, you trust them. They can be quarantining just like you guys. You still never know. You never know," he said and stipulated that any visitors should be tested the day before the meeting. 

He added: "Don't let your guard down, boosts your immunity with antioxidants, vitamins, things of that nature."