Coronavirus has hit Hollywood and shut America down. It is tugging down at world economy charts. Among others, entertainment is one of the sectors that have been hit the hardest.
After Tom Hanks reported Coronavirus positive, Nick Jonas, Halle Berry, Larry King, and 6 other celebrities are now at risk. From the cases that have come forward, it seems people with diabetes are more prone to Coronavirus. Just like Tom Hanks, there are other Hollywood celebrities who are diabetic. Consecutively, this makes them vulnerable to the virus that has created a worldwide emergency within a few months.
Here are nine celebrities who could be testing for coronavirus as you read through. These nine celebs (and others who have diabetes) need to be extra careful.
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Diabetic Celebrities Who are Risk of Coronavirus
Here is a list of celebrities who are diabetic and thus, are at greater risk from coronavirus.
Priyanka Chopra’s husband, Nick Jonas was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when he was just 13 years old. Ever since then, the celebrity has always been vocal about being a diabetic; but now with coronavirus in the air, he needs to be extra cautious. After all, fans can’t just get enough of his music.
Actor, director, and producer, Salma Hayek developed gestational diabetes when she was pregnant with her daughter Valentina. While gestational diabetes is treatable, women who have it have a higher chance of developing type 2 diabetes. Undoubtedly, this Hollywood celebrity needs to be extra cautious from diabetes and coronavirus.
Sharon Stone is diagnosed with Type I diabetes. Yet the 61-year-old actress is often asked about her secret to staying in shape with diabetes. But now that coronavirus is going viral, we hope the clean eating habits of the former model might help gear up against the threat.
American television actor, comedian and game show host best known for “The Drew Carey Show” is diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.
American television and radio host Larry King was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 1995. His diabetes and age (he is 86!) are two major factors that make this celebrity very vulnerable to coronavirus.
‘Orange Is The New Black‘ actress Lea DeLaria is also diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. The 61-year-old needs to walk on eggshells and stay safe from coronavirus.
Another celebrity who needs to stay safe is Sherri Shepherd. The American actress and comedian was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in 2007.
Reality star Rob Kardashian is another celebrity who must take all precautions as he also suffers from Type 2 diabetes.
Coronavirus cases are exponentially increasing in every country. In such a case of emergency, we hope and pray that these diabetic celebrities stay safe. They surely have the power of knowledge to stay precautious and fight back Covid-19.