Lisa Maffia quarantined as she’s ‘high risk’ of having coronavirus

Lisa Maffia has confirmed she's been quarantined as she's at "high risk" of having the coronavirus.

Although she hasn't been diagnosed with Covid-19, the musician says she's been told to stay at home for two weeks and avoid contact with friends and family.

In a post on Instagram, she explained: "I've been told it's best to go in quarantine for two weeks at home so keep your mask on and don't have contact with friends and family.

"Because I have been on tour for so long and around so many people I am high risk at having coronavirus.

"So I am staying in this bed for two weeks. Can you get someone to help pay my bills please."

Lisa had been on the road with fellow music stars Eve and Maya.


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She had been due to perform tonight with So Solid Crew at a one-off gig at London's o2.

After fans asked her whether she would be joining the band onstage, she replied: " I won't be at the show this evening, sweetheart…

"Make sure you sing all my parts loud for me."

The first celebrity diagnosed with the virus was Hollywood actor Tom Hanks.

The star and his wife Rita Wilson have tested positive for Covid-19, during a trip Down Under and they are now self-isolating for 14 days.

Hanks, 63, returned to Twitter today to share a snap of the pair from behind closed doors and give fans an update on their condition.

The Big star tweeted: "Hello folks. Rita Wilson and I want to thank everyone here Down Under who are taking such good care of us.

"We have Covid-19 and are in isolation so we do not spread it to anyone else.

"There are those for whom it could lead to a very serious illness.

"We are taking it one day at a time. There are things we can all do to get through this by following the advice of experts and taking care of ourselves and each other, no?

"Remember, despite all of the current events, there is no crying in baseball. Hanks."

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