Lewis Hamilton assured viewers that he was safe and hard to practice while in self-isolation after engaging in an experience in which other VIP guests tested positive for COVID-19.
Hamilton was one of the people who visited the WE Day UK fundraiser at the London SSE. In Arena in Wembley on the 4th of March. As before heading to the Australian GP.
Subsequently, British actor Idris Elba and Canadian TV host Sophie Gregoire Trudeau also tested positive. And Elba confirmed that the pair had hugged the case.
In spite of the attention associated with his presence. Hamilton decided to convince fans that he not affected.
“There was some doubt about my health. After I was at an event where two people confirmed positive for Coronavirus later,” he posted on social media.
I wanted to let you know that I’m doing fine, feeling safe, and functioning twice a day. I’ve had zero signs, so it’s been 17 days since I saw Sophie so Idris. I was in touch with Idris, and [I’m] glad to know that he’s all right.
I talked to my doctor and double-checked that I had to do a test, but the fact is there is a small range of tests available, so there are patients who need more than I do, particularly because I didn’t have any symptoms at all.
But what I did keep myself alone this past week, basically after the practice canceled last Friday and kept me away from the men.
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Please wash your hands with soap and water every day for at least 20 seconds and be self-isolated if needed.
I have zero signs, so it’s been 17 days since I met Sophie so Idris. I’ve been in touch with Idris and [I’m] glad to know that he’s all right.