Dwayne "The Rock Johnson" has tested positive for COVID-19 along with the rest of his family. The news comes straight from the WWE legend's mouth on Instagram. As a man that always has a bunch of irons in the fire when it comes to film and tv projects. The Brahma Bull was hoping to get back to filming a bunch of his prospective shows and movies now that Hollywood is inching back towards normalcy. Now, that will have to wait as he and his family quarantine for a while. Earlier in the year, it seemed like there was one of these stories a day, but the frequency has waned a bit. But, now one of the most popular entertainers on earth is urging fans to wear a mask and protect each other from this disease.
He wrote, "My message to all of you around the [world]. Stay disciplined. Boost your immune system. Commit to wellness. Wear your mask. Protect your family. Be strict about having people over your house or gatherings. Stay positive. And care for your fellow human beings. Stay healthy, my friends."
"Alright, good morning, good afternoon, or good evening, by the way. Wherever you're at around the world right now. I wanted to give you guys a helpful update on some of the things I've been going through on my end for the last couple of weeks now," Johnson began. "My wife Lauren, my two baby girls, and I have all tested positive for COVID-19. I can tell you that this has been one of the most challenging and difficult things we have ever had to endure as a family. And, for me personally as well."
"I've been through some doozies in the past. I've gone around and gotten my a** kicked a little bit in the past. I've had some challenges, but testing positive for COVID-19 is much different than overcoming nasty injuries or being evicted or being broke, which I have been more than a few times," he smiled. "The reason that this feels different is because my number one priority is to always protect my family. Protect my children, my loved ones. It is our, I mean you guys, all of our number one priority….We are on the other side of COVID-19, and we are stronger and healthier."