He is the one who disguises.
Bryan Cranston revealed that he had a contract with COVID-19 “some time ago” and wants everyone to hide and practice social isolation.
The decorated Emmy and Tony award-winning actor, perhaps best known for his role as a chemistry teacher, became a critic of the acclaimed AMC series Breaking Bad, Walter White, who claimed to be infected despite “strict adherence to protocols”. “.
“It simply came to our notice then. Yep, “he wrote on Instagram FB,
on Thursday, adding, “It now sounds awful when more than 150,000 Americans have died as a result. I was one of the lucky ones. Mild symptoms. ”
And he urged his 2.5 million followers to “wear a damn mask, wash their hands and stay away.”
“We can prevail, but ONLY if we follow the rules together.”
What’s more, he added a video to his video in which he recently donated his plasma to the UCLA Blood and Platelet Center because of the presence of COVID-19 antibodies in his blood.
The researchers are investigating whether recovering plasma recovery from coronavirus patients could reduce the severity of COVID-19 disease in patients with increased ability to fight the virus.
Therapeutic plasma has been used to treat Ebola and influenza patients during previous viral outbreaks. Preliminary studies have shown that healthy plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients is generally safe to use and appears to increase survival in patients treated with COVID-19. As early as next week, the FDA could even allow the emergency use of antibody-rich plasma in COVID-19 patients, according to the Wall Street Journal.
In the video, Cranston documented part of his approximately hour-long donation procedure and explained the process in a sliding box below the video.
Basically, donor blood is taken and the centrifuge is divided into three parts (including plasma, platelets, and red blood cells). The doctors then take the plasma and the platelets and red blood cells are returned to the donor.
“Pretty neat?” Cranston’s check mark reads.
The center was able to collect 840 milliliters from Cranston during its visit. “Beautiful… liquid gold,” says Cranston, drinking a honey-colored plasma bag. “I hope it can do good.”
He then wraps up the video: “Have you already had a COVID-19? You can do that by being able to do it. ”
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