The COVID-19 has been spreading like wildfire throughout the world, but the USA remains the most affected country with more than a million cases and more than eighty thousand deaths.
A number of celebrities have been affected by the coronavirus in the world, and the latest name to have and recover from the deadly disease is Emmy winning actor Tony Shalhoub and his wife, Brooke Adams. The family is thankful to be on the other side of the coronavirus as of now.
On Monday, Tony appeared on the Peacock web series, The At-Home Variety Show, and came with an interesting skit. He reprised his role as Adrian Monk (which also won him an Emmy) to show how the germ- compulsive character act through the pandemic.
He dressed in an attire that was true to his former character, covering his hands and feet with clinical gloves, and meticulously disinfecting his room by washing his fruit in the dishwasher, warming his mail in a microwave and turning off his computer with a broom.
Just after the act, Tony comes up to address all the views from his house. He then finally confirms that both he and his wife have recovered after testing positive for the coronavirus.
“I hope you are all being careful and following the protocol. We really are all Monk now,” said Shalhoub. “Last month, my wife Brooke and I came down with the virus, and it was a pretty rough few weeks. But we realize that so many other people have and had it a lot worse.”
It was in the evening when he was shooting the video, and he talked about the evening ritual in a few regions, where at a certain time in the evening, all people step out of their homes into their balconies and appreciate all the frontline medical worker, the police and other people, by clapping and cheering for them.
He advised other people to go out to their balconies to appreciate the heroes working out. He advised everyone to stay safe and san at this time and cheered while walking his way to the balcony fro all the New Yorkers helping other people out there.