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Surgeon General Calls on Kylie Jenner for Help with Coronavirus Awareness

The Surgeon General, Jerome Adams, made an appearance on Good Morning America on Thursday (March 19) and called for help from some big names with regard to Coronavirus.

“What we really need to do is get our influencers — Kevin Durant, Donovan Mitchell, we need to get Kylie Jenner — we need to get our social media influencers out there and help folks understand that this is serious. People are dying. We are seeing new data emerging from Italy that young people may be at higher risk in different situations than what we previously thought. Think about your grandmother, think about your grandfather, think about the fact that you’re spreading disease that could ultimately kill them,” Dr. Adams said. The Coronavirus pandemic is serious and federal health officials want everyone to social distance in order to help halt the spread of COVID-19 as much as possible.

The Surgeon General also gave the advice to act like you have the virus to help ensure the safety of others.

Kevin and Donovan both tested positive for Coronavirus. Kylie revealed she has been practicing social distancing.

NBA's Donovan Mitchell, Who Has Coronavirus, Describes the Uncomfortable COVID-19 Test He Took

Utah Jazz NBA player Donovan Mitchell was diagnosed with Coronavirus last week and he’s now speaking out about how he is feeling.

“I’m fine, things are going well, just in isolation. Got a unique set-up, but no fever, no symptoms as of right now. I’m just blessed to be able to be okay,” the 23-year-old athlete said during an appearance on GMA. “Right now, just the biggest thing for me is to stay in isolation and just keep to myself, you know. I have no symptoms, which is a unique situation.”

“I keep making a joke when people ask me, I say, ‘If you were to tell me I’m about to play in a seven-game series tomorrow, I’m ready to lace-up,’” he continued. “So, like I said, I’m really blessed that’s the case.”

“I’m asymptomatic, you know, I don’t have any symptoms. I could walk down the street if it wasn’t public knowledge that I was sick. You wouldn’t know it. I think that’s the scariest part about this virus, is that you can seem fine, be fine, and you never know who you may be talking to and who they’re going home to,” Donovan continued.

He also spoke about the test he received to diagnose him, and said it was “the most discomfort I’ve ever had.”

“For me it was a swab down the throat,” he explained. “It was about 15 seconds of probably the most discomfort I’ve ever had and I ended up crying, like tears falling from my eyes. It was definitely unique, but I’m glad I was able to get it done.”

Find out what other celebrities have been diagnosed.

Donovan Mitchell Has with Coronavirus, Second Utah Jazz Player to Be Diagnosed

NBA star Donovan Mitchell has tested positive for the Coronavirus after his Utah Jazz teammate Rudy Gobert was also diagnosed.

ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski posted about the news, writing, “Jazz star Donovan Mitchell has tested positive for the coronavirus, league sources tell ESPN. Jazz players privately say that Rudy Gobert had been careless in the locker room touching other players and their belongings. Now a Jazz teammate has tested positive.” However, they are apparently the only two players of the 58 players and personnel tested that have been diagnosed.

The NBA has now officially postponed the season indefinitely.

Find out every celebrity who has been diagnosed with Coronavirus so far.