ANTONIO BANDERAS TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19
Spanish actor Antonio Banderas announced on his 60th birthday Monday that he was in quarantine after testing positive for the coronavirus but was feeling “relatively well.”
Banderas, who suffered a heart attack in 2017 in Britain where he has a home, did not say where he was staying.
He said he was forced to celebrate his 60th birthday in quarantine after being tested positive.
Banderas, known for roles in such films as “The Mask of Zorro” and “Philadelphia,” said in a statement posted on social media that was accompanied by a black and white photo of himself as a baby.