60-Year-Old Antonio Banderas Diagnosed With A Coronavirus
Famous Spanish actor Antonio Banderas has contracted the coronavirus, according to his post on the Instagram page.
"I want to say that today, August 10, I have to celebrate my 60th birthday in quarantine, with a positive test result for COVID-19," the artist said. He added that he felt "relatively well," although more tired than usual.
Banderas said he would take advantage of the quarantine period "to read, write, rest, and continue making plans."
Antonio Banderas was born on August 10, 1960. He is known for the films "Desperate," "The Mask of Zorro," as well as for the works of Pedro Almodovar "Women on the verge of a nervous breakdown," "the Skin in which I live" and other paintings.