The actor has been shining in the second season of the popular Netflix series since mid-December. He can only celebrate his success at home, he was tested positive.
Basil Eidenbenz has been infected with Corona. The actor announced this in his Instagram story over the weekend.
According to a good friend, the man from Zurich passes the time with “cooking and reading”. But apparently also with cuddling his cat and watching “The Witcher”.
In the second season of the Netflix series, which came out on December 17th, the 28-year-old plays a leading role in the episode.
Basil Eidenbenz tested positive for the corona virus.
On the day of his booster vaccination, he felt the first symptoms.
The Zurich actor is currently in quarantine.
The second season of “The Witcher” only appeared on Netflix on December 17th. The 28-year-old embodies one of the main roles in the series.
As a witcher Eskel, Basil Eidenbenz has been flickering on TV screens at home since mid-December. On December 17th, the long-awaited second season of “The Witcher” appeared on Netflix, in which the Zurich actor can be seen in one of the leading roles.
The first success – the series made it straight to number 1 of the world's most watched Netflix series in December – can currently only be celebrated in your own four walls. The 28-year-old tested positive for the corona virus, as he announced in his Instagram story on December 25th.
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Slight fever and a little cough
«Basil had the first symptoms exactly on the day of his booster vaccination – that is, a good friend of the actor reveals at the request of 20 minutes. He currently has only mild symptoms such as a slight fever and a little cough and is in quarantine.
But what does a series star who is used to a hectic everyday life in front of the camera and regularly between London – his adopted home -, Berlin – a frequent place of work – and Zurich commutes, actually in isolation? “He passed the time reading and cooking,” it continues. And, according to his Instagram story, also with cuddling his bosom and watching “The Witcher”.
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