Idris Elba feeling better, but in 'limbo' amid pandemic

Lawrence Kim
April 1, 2020

In the latest video, posted on his official Twitter account, Elba said their self-quarantine period is over but they are yet to be tested again for COVID-19.

Idris Elba and his wife Sabrina Dhowre may have been free of coronaviruses, but they also do not have a pass to return home. Idris said that while they both feel good, they still have that feeling of being "stuck in limbo". So I guess we have to wait for a little bit longer. The English actor says that he and his wife are "stuck in limbo" after passing the quarantine period.

The actor announced his positive test results on March 16 and his wife's diagnosis was made public just a week later after she chose to isolate herself with Elba. The actor believes that he got exposed to the virus on March 4, when he and Sophie met at the "We Day UK" charity event in Wembley. In the video, "We're both are doing good, still asymptomatic", he started in the beginning.

As for how they are hanging wherever they are, the "Fast and Furious Gifts: Hobbs and Shaw " Shares stars", is weird because I never stand still. "I think the worst of it has probably passed". I thought I was definitely going to see the worst of it as an asthmatic.

"Just trying to stay optimistic", he said.

Idris went on to advise his followers to take care of themselves, "I hope you guys are. keeping yourselves, you know, sane and not getting anxious or too panicked". "But thankfully I came through and you can too".

He continued: "And to everyone that's going through some hard times financially right now: Just bare up".

Elba concluded his message by sending a "big shout out" to everyone who is struggling at the moment and all the people helping to fight the global pandemic, especially the doctors and nurses, and the healthcare people that are doing their thing. "This is going to be a tough time for everyone but keep your head up, basically, alright", he added. "We are going to fight this thing and everything is going to be great, man". "You lot are awesome and should be fully appreciated".

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