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Dwayne Johnson, wife, children test positive for COVID-19

Dwayne Johnson popularly known as The Rock and his entire family has tested positive for COVID-19.

Sharing the news was the 48-year-old actor who revealed that his wife Lauren Hashian and two of his daughters Jasmine and Tiana have all been sick.

He continued by saying that him and his wife in particular have been feeling unwell but they are now felling better.

In a video shared on Instagram, the actor started off by revealing what has been happening in his life in the past two to three weeks ago.

He decribes it as the most challenging and difficult period him and his entire family has gone through.

Dwayne Johnson said that contracting the virus was worse than having injuries as his priority as a father and head of the family is to protect his family.

The Rock also revealed to have contracted COVID-19 from family friends who were unaware of having the virus at that time.

He however thanks God that they out of the woods and that they cannot pass it across.

Dwayne Johnson, wife, children test positive for COVID-19
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