He is brushing your face… with a mask.
Bryan Cranston revealed that he ran a COVID-19 case, writing on Instagram that “I was pretty strict with sticking to protocols and still … I contracted the virus. Yep. Currently sounds like more than 150,000 Americans are dead because “I was one of the lucky ones. Mild symptoms.”
“About now you probably feel a little tied up, limiting your mobility and like me, you’re tired of it,” he said before admission by saying. “Well, I just want to encourage you to have a little more patience.”
“I count my blessings and encourage you to continue wearing the damn mask,” concluded Cranston, 64. “Keep washing your hands, and stay away socially. We can prevail ̵1; but only if we follow the rules together. “
The “Breaking Bad” star explained that he had the disease “a little while ago” and included a video of himself donating positive plasma for his antibodies for research. He went through the hour-long procedure at the UCLA Blood and Plasma Donation Center and – a fun fact – spent time watching Andy Griffith’s “A Face in the Crowd.”
Cranston and his “Breaking Bad” co-star Aaron Paul announced in April that they were changing the sale of their mezcal brand, Dos Hombres, to various coronavirus aid organizations, including the United States. Bartender’s Guild, the Hospitality Relief Fund, and Leonardo DiCaprio’s Food Fund of America.