WEST Wing star Richard Schiff has been hospitalized with Covid-19.
The 65-year-old actor revealed the information in a Twitter put up on Monday, explaining that he is on “oxygen, steroids and Remdesivir.”
Richard has been hospitalized after testing constructive for Covid-19Credit score: Getty – Contributor
The actor shared that he is within the hospital in a tweetCredit score: Twitter
Again on November 10, the actor shared that he examined constructive for Covid-19.
He tweeted: “On Election Day I examined constructive for Covid-19. This has been essentially the most weird week of our lives.”
After including that his spouse Sheila Kelley, 59, additionally examined constructive, the actor continued: “That is powerful. We’re decided to discover a strategy to well being once more. We root for everybody on the market who’re fighting this factor. Love from right here.”
“I’m within the hospital on Remdesivir, O2 and steroids displaying some enchancment day-after-day.
He shared that he examined constructive on election dayCredit score: Twitter
Richard referred to as the expertise ‘powerful’Credit score: Getty Photos – Getty
“Sheila is residence and doing higher however nonetheless pretty in poor health.
Richard concluded the replace by sharing:”Love you all.”
The actor married Sheila in 1996.
The couple share son Gus, who they welcomed in 1994, and daughter Ruby, who was born in August 2000.
Richard is finest recognized for portraying Toby Ziegler on The West Wing, which ran on NBC from 1999-2006.
The actor is finest recognized for his starring function on The West WingCredit score: Alamy
His spouse Sheila additionally examined constructiveCredit score: Getty Photos
He received the most effective supporting actor honor on the Emmy Awards in 2000 for the function.
The actor went on to look in a recurring function on the HBO sequence Ballers, whereas he at present stars as Dr. Aaron Glassman on the ABC drama The Good Physician.
Final week, Sheila up to date her followers about contracting Covid-19 in an Instagram post.
Alongside a shot of the couple, she wrote: “Richard and I’ve some information. Now we have each examined constructive for COVID-19.
“We‘re quarantined in our residence in Vancouver, recovering. This virus is a slippery sucker. One minute you are feeling nearly positive and the following you may’t catch your breath. Signs change radically each day even hourly.”
Sheila revealed on Instagram that they examined constructive final weekCredit score: Instagram
Sheila additionally shared an up to date on MondayCredit score: Instagram
She continued: “For these of you who don’t have this virus keep wholesome preserve training bodily distancing.
“If in case you have Covid we’re on this collectively. Breath deeply. Breath slowly. Breath absolutely. We’ll get by way of this collectively.”
Sheila gave a following replace in an Instagram put up on Monday.
She defined in a text post that Richard was nonetheless within the hospital, although “he is doing higher” and “getting stronger.”
She defined that the expertise has been a rollercoasterCredit score: Instagram
She stated that she’s ‘by no means skilled’ something like Covid-19Credit score: Instagram
Sheila continued: “My son and I are nonetheless using this unusual covid coaster of up after which down and throughout.
“I’ve by no means skilled something like this earlier than in my life. One minute I am feeling good and the following I am struggling to breathe.”
After urging her followers to “take heed to your physique,” Sheila added: “My physique is main me by way of this and I’m grateful to her.”
The put up concluded: “The place did we catch it? I do not know. Might have been the fitness center. Might’ve been take out. It is unattainable to know.
“Hold masking up. Washing fingers. Steer clear of the virus. It’s a mom’f-er. We love you.”
The actress defined the way it’s impacting her physiqueCredit score: Instagram
The actress shared that she’s ‘grateful’ for her physiqueCredit score: Instagram
Sheila admitted to not figuring out the place they caught the virusCredit score: Instagram