Dwayne Johnson shares his Covid-19 experience, calls it ‘most challenging thing’
Wrestler turned Hollywood actor Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson shared his Covid-19 experience. Johnson posted a video message on his Instagram handle on Wednesday. Johnson, 48, said that his entire family had tested positive for Covid in recent weeks. He said that his family caught the virus from ‘very close family friends’. The actor said that his family had been ‘incredibly disciplined’ about adhering to safety measures. Johnson said his daughters suffered ‘a little sore throat the first couple of days’. He added that he and his wife Lauren, however, had ‘a rough go’. The actor urged people to wear face masks to limit the spread of coronavirus. Johnson shot to fame in the World Wrestling Federation as The Rock. He began making a transition to mainstream entertainment in the late 1990s. He has appeared in films like The Mummy Returns, The Scorpion King, Baywatch, etc. The actor married singer-songwriter Lauren Hashian in 2019. The same year, Johnson officially announced his retirement from wrestling.