J K Rowling recovers from a suspected case of COVID-19


J K Rowling, 54 is the world-famous author of the Harry Potter book series. The books and the subsequent movies gained her fame all around the world. She said that she had all the symptoms of COVID-19 and shared her experience on how she recovered from a suspected case of coronavirus after two weeks of illness on Monday.

“For last 2 weeks, I’ve had all symptoms of C19 (tho haven’t been tested),” Rowling tweeted. Rowling also shared a video of a breathing technique that according to her helped her in countering the symptoms, and was suggested by her husband, who happens to be a doctor in the UK.

Actress Twinkle Khanna shared Rowling’s video on her twitter handle and wrote that there’s no harm in trying the breathing exercise and she has put it up for people who want to see that.

“I really am completely recovered and wanted to share a technique that’s recommended by doctors, costs nothing, has no nasty side effects but could help you/your loved ones a lot, as it did me,” she further added.


Although Rowling’s breathing technique has been shared all over the globe doctors say that while home remedies may work for respiratory diseases, a patient should still immediately concern a medical expert if he/she experiences symptoms of COVID-19.

As innumerable productions have been stopped or postponed because of the pandemic, Rowling’s Harry Potter legacy “Fantastic Beasts and where to find them 3” has also been postponed because of the outbreak.

J K Rowling has also announced that the first book “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s stone” in the Harry Potter series will be available as an ebook and audiobook worldwide for free, throughout this month, to help parents deal with quarantined children. This initiative of Rowling is much appreciated.

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