July 27, 2021

The truth about Jackie Chan and the coronavirus quarantine rumors

In the last hours they began to stir strong rumors about the health of Jackie Chan, stating that the Hong Kong-born actor would be in quarantine for him coronavirus​.

According to the versions, the 65-year-old actor would have participated in a private party attended by several Hong Kong police members, which are now in isolation by the fearsome virus.

The fact is that the Hong Kong police confirmed that 59 officers were quarantined after attending a retirement party with a 48-year-old colleague who later gave positive for the virus.

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According to health officials, four of the officers, as well as the infected policeman’s wife and mother-in-law, also show symptom of the illness.

However, despite widespread rumors on the subject, Jackie Chan did not participate in the event.

As reported by Today Online, the actor and members of the police they were in two different places that same night, despite the fact that a video indicating that it was the same event, in an attempt to show that Chan, Eric Tsang, Alam Tam and others recognized actors from Hong Kong were in favor of the police and therefore “in support of police brutality” in the protests that took place on the island in recent months.

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But the truth is that the police celebration took place at a seafood restaurant in the Western District, a distant one half an hour from the Yau Yat Chuen Garden City Club in Kowloon, where Jackie Chan and his friends were celebrating.

Jackie Chan’s millionaire reward for finding an antidote to coronavirus

Jackie Chan is one of the many famous worried due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

In the first days of February, the actor made headlines after offering a large sum of money as a reward to those who discover an antidote to the deadly virus.

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In a post on the Weibo social network, Chan offers one million yuan (about $ 142,000), underscoring that it didn’t matter if the cure came from an individual or an organization. the only thing it demands is that the progression of the disease stops.