Prince Albert II, 62, Prince of Monaco
A spokesperson for Monaco's palace told CNN on March 19 that Prince Albert II tested positive for coronavirus but was continuing to work from the office in his private apartments. There have been 49 cases of COVID-19 reported in Monaco, with one death and one recovery, according to Johns Hopkins University.
Gregory M. Aymond, 70, the Archbishop of New Orleans
In a statement on March 23, the archbishop said he tested positive for COVID-19 and was self-quarantining. All public masses in the Archdiocese of New Orleans have been cancelled, but the archbishop and other local priests have conducted mass virtually through social media.
John Bessler, 52, attorney and husband of Sen. Amy Klobuchar
Bessler is recovering at home after testing positive on March 23, said the former Democratic presidential candidate, who decided not to test due to the national shortage. Klobuchar said she had not seen her husband for two weeks prior to his diagnosis and did not exhibit symptoms within the 14 day window.
Mark Blum, 69, actor
Blum died on March 27 due to complications of the coronavirus, reported the New York Times, which noted the Award-winning actor also had asthma.
Jackson Browne, 71, singer-songwriter and musician
Browne told the Rolling Stone he tested positive for the coronavirus in an interview published on March 24.
Laura Bell Bundy, 38, Broadway actress and singer
Bundy announced on Instagram that she had coronavirus on March 25 and went live later that day to answer questions from followers.
Ray Benson, 69, musician and actor
The frontman of Western swing band Asleep at the Wheel said in a Facebook post on March 31 that he tested positive for COVID-19.
Prince Charles, 71, Prince of Wales
After testing positive for the coronavirus on March 25, the heir apparent to the British throne has since recovered and is out of self-isolation, according to the BBC.
Andy Cohen, 51, radio and television talk show host, producer, and writer
After announcing that he tested positive for the coronavirus in an Instagram post on March 20, Cohen has since recovered and shared his experience publicly, while continuing to host Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" remotely from his home.
Jason Collins, 41, former basketball player
Joe Cunningham, 37, U.S. Representative from South Carolina
The Democrat announced his positive diagnosis a week after going into self-quarantine on March 19, when he learned he had been in contact with a member of Congress who had also tested positive.
Chris Cuomo, 49, broadcast journalist
Cuomo, brother of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, said in a statement on Twitter he tested positive for the coronavirus and was quarantined in his basement, from where he will continue to host his show “Cuomo Prime Time” on CNN.
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Mario Diaz-Balart, 58, U.S. Representative from Florida
The Republican lawmaker, who has tested positive for COVID-19, began self-quarantining on March 13 after voting on a coronavirus response bill on the House floor, he told his brother and NBC anchor Jose Diaz-Balart.
Joe Diffie, 61, singer
Country music singer Joe Diffie died on March 29 of complications related to COVID-19, after releasing a statement two days before that he had tested positive for the virus.
Manu Dibango, 86, musician and songwriter
Cameroonian musician Emmanuel N'Djoké "Manu" Dibango died on March 24 after contracting the coronavirus. Michael Jackson's estate donated $300,000, citing Dibango’s death, to help entertainment professionals who are out of work during the coronavirus pandemic.
James L. Dolan, 64, owner of the New York Knicks and Madison Square Garden
The Knicks announced in a tweet on March 28 that Dolan, CEO and Executive Chairman of the Madison Square Garden Company, had tested positive for the coronavirus and was in self-isolation while continuing to oversee business operations.
Plácido Domingo, 79, opera singer and conductor
Since announcing on Facebook that he tested positive for COVID-19 on March 22, Domingo has returned home and is recovering.
Kevin Durant, 31, basketball player for the Brooklyn Nets
Durant revealed to the Athletic on March 17 that he was one of four Brooklyn Nets players and at least seven players in the league confirmed to have the coronavirus.
Idris Elba, 47, actor, writer, producer, musician, and DJ
Elba announced in a video on March 16 that he had contracted the coronavirus. His wife, who appeared in the video, later tested positive as well, and the couple appeared in an Instagram post on Oprah's account.
Rudy Gobert, 27, basketball player for the Utah Jazz
Gobert was the first NBA player confirmed to have the coronavirus and tested positive days after he was recorded touching all of the microphones and phones from media that were put in front him during a press conference.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson both tested positive for the coronavirus while in Australia on March 11 and have since recovered. In an update on March 28, the couple said they have returned to the United States and are sheltering in place and practicing social distancing.
Kristofer Hivju, 41, actor
The actor who played Tormund Giantsbane in the HBO series "Game of Thrones" said in an Instagram caption on March 16 that he had tested positive for the coronavirus.
Callum Hudson-Odoi, 19, soccer player for Chelsea
The winger for Premier League team Chelsea was confirmed to have coronavirus along with Arsenal coach Mikel Arteta by ESPN on March 13.
Boris Johnson, 55, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Johnson confirmed in a tweet on March 27 that he had tested positive for the coronavirus, one of more than 25,000 cases reported in the United Kingdom. The prime minister said he is self-isolating and would lead the government's pandemic response via video-conference.
Brad “Scarface” Jordan, 49, rapper and record producer
Scarface shared his COVID-19 diagnosis and experience in isolation during an interview with rapper Ludacris on Instagram Live on March 27, Variety reported.
Mike Kelly, 71, U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
The Republican lawmaker became the fifth of now six members of Congress to test positive for COVID-19 on March 27 and was absent for the coronavirus stimulus package vote that day.
Daniel Dae Kim, 51, actor and producer
The "Hawaii Five-0" star said he tested positive despite being asymptomatic in a video posted on March 19 to Instagram. The actor, who was born in Korea, also called for an end to anti-Asian prejudice during the pandemic.
Olga Kurylenko, 40, actress and model
In an Instagram post on March 15, Kurylenko said she tested positive for coronavirus about a week earlier.
Ellis Marsalis Jr., 85, jazz pianist
The jazz musician died on April 2 of complications from the coronavirus.
Rachel Matthews, 26, actress
In an Instagram story captured by Deadline, Matthews shared her COVID-19 diagnosis with followers on March 17.
Debi Mazar, 55, actress and television personality
Mazar said in an Instagram post on March 21 she had tested positive for the coronavirus and is under quarantine.
Ben McAdams, 45, U.S. Representative from Utah
The Democratic lawmaker said he has been discharged from the hospital to continue his recovery at home in a video posted to Twitter after testing positive on March 18.
Terrence McNally, 81, playwright
The four-time Tony Award-winning playwright and lung cancer survivor died on March 24 of complications from the coronavirus.
Donovan Mitchell, 23, basketball player for the Utah Jazz
Mitchell tested positive for COVID-19 along with his teammate Rudy Gobert and is one of at least seven other NBA players who contracted the coronavirus. He and his teammates have since been cleared by the state board of health.
Rand Paul, 57, U.S. Senator from Kentucky
The first senator to test positive for coronavirus, Paul's diagnosis led a number of his colleagues in the Senate to self-quarantine and criticism over allegations he went to the Senate gym and swam in the pool while awaiting his results. Paul, who had part of his lung removed last year, defended his actions and called for expanded testing.
Sean Payton, 56, football coach of the New Orleans Saints
The New Orleans Saints head coach told ESPN he tested positive for coronavirus on March 19, becoming the first person in affiliated with the NFL known to have COVID-19.
John Prine, 73, singer-songwriter
Prine's family shared on Twitter that the two time Grammy-winner was hospitalized on March 26 and is in critical condition.
Adam Schlesinger, 52, singer-songwriter, record producer, and guitarist
The founding member of Fountains of Wayne, Ivy and Tinted Windows died of the coronavirus on April 1.
Francis Suarez, 42, mayor of Miami
The mayor of Miami told the Miami Herald he tested positive for the coronavirus days after meeting with a Brazilian official who later also tested positive for the illness.
Slim Thug, 39, rapper
The Houston-based rapper shared that he tested positive for the coronavirus in an Instagram video posted on March 24.
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, 44, former television host and wife of Canada's prime minister
After his wife tested positive for the coronavirus, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was tested as well, and the two self-quarantined. While his wife has since recovered, the prime minister said he would continue to work from home to set an example for Canadians, more than 8,000 of whom have been confirmed to have the illness.
Colton Underwood, 28, reality television personality
Former "The Bachelor" star said in a video posted to Instagram he tested positive for the coronavirus on March 20 after showing symptoms a few days earlier and was self-quarantining at home.
Harvey Weinstein, 68, convicted sex offender and former film producer
Eleven days after Weinstein was sentenced to 23 years in prison for sex crimes, the former film producer was reported to have tested positive for the coronavirus.
Ali Wentworth, 55, actress and comedian
The wife of ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos, has tested positive for the coronavirus, she announced in an Instagram post on April 2, and is quarantined from her family.
This list was last updated on April 2.
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