He challenges you to tread … in disguise.
Bryan Cranston revealed that he had defended the COVID-19 case and wrote on Instagram that “I was very strict in following the protocols and still … I got the virus under contract. Yeah. Now it sounds daunting, with more than 150,000 Americans dead. I was one of the lucky ones. Mild symptoms. “
“You probably feel a little tied up now, you’re limiting your mobility and, like me, you’re tired of it,” he said before entering. “I just want to encourage you to have a little more patience.”
“I count my blessings and urge you to still wear that damn mask,”; Cranston concluded, 64. “Wash your hands and stay socially distant.” We can win – but only if we follow the rules together. “
The “Breaking Bad” star explained that he had the disease “a while ago” and included a video donating his antibody-positive plasma for research. He took part in an hour-long process at the UCLA Blood and Plasma Donor Center and – amusingly – spent time watching “Face in Andy Griffith’s Crowd.”
Cranston and co-founder Breaking Bad Aaron Paul announced in April that they were selling the desperation of the Mezcal brand, Dos Hombres, to various coronavirus aid organizations, including the American Bartenders Guild, the Hospitality Fund Fund, and Leonardo DiCapric. American Food Fund.