The West Wing star Richard Schiff has revealed that he’s in hospital after contracting coronavirus.
The 65 year-old tweeted that he had examined optimistic for COVID-19 on US election day (November 3).
“On Election Day I examined optimistic for Covid-19,” Schiff wrote on November 10. “This has been essentially the most weird week of our lives.”
He added that his spouse and co-star in The Good Physician, Sheila Kelley, additionally examined optimistic. “That is robust,” Schiff stated. “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.”
Updating followers and revealing his hospitalisation yesterday (November 16), the actor wrote: “Covid replace. Thanks all for a lot love and assist. You’re making it a lot simpler for [Sheila] and me.
“I’m within the hospital on Remdesivir, O2 and steroids exhibiting some enchancment each day. Sheila is house and doing higher however nonetheless pretty sick. Love you all.”
Thanks all for a lot love and assist. You’re making it a lot simpler for @thesheilakelley and me.
I’m within the hospital on Remdesivir, O2 and steroids exhibiting some enchancment each day. Sheila is house and doing higher however nonetheless pretty sick. Love you all. https://t.co/sWjOetsgUP
— Richard Schiff (@Richard_Schiff) November 16, 2020
Shelley shared an Instagram post of her personal yesterday (November 16), giving followers extra info on each her and Schiff’s situation.
“The final 72 hours have been robust. LOML (Love of my life) Richard Schiff is now within the hospital on oxygen and remdesivir,” Kelley stated.
“Thanks all of you for the prayers and love. We really feel them. He’s doing higher. Getting stronger,” she added.
Final month, Schiff joined the forged of The West Wing for a one-off reunion special. Going down to lift voter consciousness and encourage Individuals to make use of their voice within the election, Schiff recreated the present’s Hartsfield’s Touchdown episode alongside co-stars Martin Sheen, Rob Lowe, Dulé Hill, Allison Janney, Janel Moloney and Bradley Whitford.
The return of the political sequence, which initially ran from 1999 to 2006, was confirmed again in August after the cast reunited earlier this year to look again on the present’s seven seasons on the air.