Famous actors, athletes and elected officials are among those who have been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, proving that the deadly disease knows no age, race, or income bracket.
Here are some famous faces who have been hit with the illness.
Vanity Fair reports that actor Robert Pattinson has contracted coronavirus and has halted the production of his highly anticipated new film, "The Batman" film.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has confirmed that he and members of his family have come down with coronavirus.
Brazilian soccer star Neymar has tested positive for coronavirus less than a week after his club, PSG, lost the Champions League finals to Bayern Munich in Portugal.
Controversial former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has tested positive for coronavirus.
New York Mets icon Tom Seaver, 75, passed away from complications caused by COVID-19.
Funny man Kevin Hart said he tested positive for coronavirus earlier in the year around the time actor Tom Hanks did.
Spanish actor Antonio Banderas announced on his birthday, August 10, that he was battling coronavirus.
Actress Alyssa Milano took to social media to announce she has been battling coronavirus for months and was hospitalized. The activist also said she was loosing her hair as a result of the illness and urged everyone to wear a mask.
NBA superstar Russell Westbrook took to social media to say he tested positive for COVID-19.
“I tested positive for Covid-19 prior to my team’s departure to Orlando,” Westbrook wrote. “I’m currently feeling well, quarantined and looking forward to rejoining my teammates when I am cleared. Thank you all for the well wishes and continued support. Please take this virus seriously. Be safe. Mask up!”
Nelson Mandela’s youngest daughter, Zindzi, tested positive for COVID-19 on the day she died, according to her son.
The 59-year-old South African ambassador to Denmark died earlier this week in a Johannesburg hospital.
"This doesn't mean that she died from COVID complications, but simply that she tested positive for it," her son, Zondwa Mandela, told news outlet SABC. "There were several other tests done and those tests will give us further information as to what could have led to her untimely death."
Iconic boxer Roberto "Manos de Piedra" Duran has been hospitalized in Panama due to COVID, according to his son. The 69-year-old former fighter is not in intensive care.
Nikola Jokic of Denver Nuggets has tested positive for coronavirus just a month before NBA players are set to resume practice and the 2019-2020 season.
Orlando Pride Soccer Players
Players and staff members of the Orlando Pride women's professional soccer team have tested positive for coronavirus. The positive tests and number of personell whom contracted COVID forced the team to pull out of the Challenge Cup this summer which was going to help determine whom would be crowned this season's champion.
Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic tested positive for the coronavirus after taking part in an exhibition series he organized in Serbia and Croatia.
Comedian D.L. Hughley tested positive for coronavirus after collapsing on stage in late June during a show in Nashville. The 57-year-old said on Instagram he was suffering from exhaustion after working and traveling during the week, during his Instagram message to fans, he said he was asymptomatic to coronavirus and will be quarantining for two weeks inside a Nashville hotel room.
Current Georgetown University coach and former New York Knicks player Patrick Ewing was hospitalized with complications from COVID-19. The NBA hall of famer was later sent home and is recovering.
Tony Shaloub is best known for his Emmy-Award winning role in “Monk,” in which he plays an obsessive compulsive germaphobe detective. He’s revealed that he and his wife are taking on a “Monk”-like lifestyle after they both battled COVID-19 for several weeks.
Roy Horn of the iconic Las Vegas magician duo Siegfried and Roy passed away due to COVID-19 complications. He was 75.
"The world has lost one of the greats of magic, but I have lost my best friend," Horn's partner in magic, Siegfried Fischbacher, said in a statement obtained by CBS News.
Horn has not performed since October 3, 2003, when he had a stroke and one of the their white tigers dragged him off stage
Idris Elba came out on Twitter to announce that he tested positive for coronavirus and told fans in a video that while he wasn’t showing symptoms, he is now in isolation.
“This is serious. Now’s the time to really think about social distancing. Washing your hands,” the "Luther" actor said on social media.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson were the first celebs to announce they had the virus. The couple was in Australia while Hanks was filming Baz Luhrman’s Elvis Presley biopic when they contracted symptoms.
The couple has since been discharged from the hospital, with Hanks taking to social media, saying, “thanks to the helpers, let’s take care of ourselves and each other.”
Prince Charles, 71, tested positive for coronavirus. The next in line to the British throne is said to be in "good health" according to Kensington Palace. He remains isolated from his family and has not seen his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, since March 12.
Pink says she and her 3-year-old son tested positive for coronavirus and told her fans on Instagram live they "have been really, really sick" but are doing better now.
“Game of Thrones” actor Kristofer Hivju also announced he tested positive for COVID-19.
Former Bond girl Olga Kurylenko revealed she too is “locked up at home” and has been for a week with a fever and fatigue which are the main symptoms of the virus.
Although she is not in the forthcoming 007 film, "No Time to Die," the movie's initial April 2020 release date has been postponed to November due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that his wife, the country's first lady, Sophie Trudeau, has coronavirus.
He has not contracted the virus but is urging his citizens to isolate themselves amid the crisis.
Utah Jazz Players
NBA teammates Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz have contracted the virus.
Robert came under fire when he said he was not feeling well at a press conference and proceeded to touch the microphones as well as other items leading many to fear he could have spread the virus.
The NBA, like nearly all sports, has suspended the league due to the fear and outbreak of COVID-19.
CBS reporter Seth Doane, who is still in Italy, covering the effects of the virus, said he tested positive.
Italy is the country in Europe hit hardest by the coronavirus. Some of the nation's soccer stars have been infected, including Patrick Cutrone, 19, of Fiorentina.
Daniele Rugani of Juventus was one of the first Italian players to announce he had coronavirus. The player's team is in Turin, Italy, in the north of the country where the most amount of cases has been discovered.
Nineteen-year-old Chelsea forward Calum Hudson-Odoi has contracted COVID-19 and became of one the first athelets in the U.K. to announce he had the illness.
Mikel Arteta, manager of the North London soccer club Arsenal, announced he had COVID-19.
The English Premiership league has suspended all matches until further notice due to the outbreak.
"Frozen 2" star Rachel Matthews, the voice of Honeymarin, has announced she has coronavirus.
Jair Bolsonaro, the controversial president of Brazil, has contracted COVID-19.
French international soccer star Blaise Matuidi, who plays with Juventus in Italy and is a teammate of Daniele Rugani, has also been confirmed to have the virus.
Brooklyn Nets Players
NBA team Brooklyn Nets have confirmed four players tested positive for COVID-19 including injured superstar Kevin Durant. Durant is showing symptoms while three others who tested positive remain asymptomatic. The team says the players are isolated.
In a statement, Durant said, "be careful, take care of yourself and quarantine."
Detroit Pistons player Christian Wood has come out to say he has coronavirus.
Los Angeles Lakers Players
The Los Angeles Lakers have confirmed two players tested positive for COVID-19. The team has not named which players.
Boston Celtics confirmed that star player Marcus Smart has tested positive for coronavirus.
Daniel Dae Kim
Actor Daniel Dae Kim, known for his roles in "Hawaii 5-0" and "New Amsterdam," has taken to social media to say he as coronavirus and slammed stereotypes around the illness.
"Yes, I'm Asian. And yes, I have coronavirus, but I did not get it in China. I got it in America -- in New York City," he said. "Despite what certain political leaders want to call it, I don't consider the place where it's from as important as the people who are sick and dying," he said. "I'm grateful to be alive and healthy. It gives me hope that through our collective efforts we can beat this thing and flatten the curve."
Prince Albert II of Monaco
Prince Albert II of Monaco has tested positive for coronavirus, becoming the first royal in the world to contract the illness.
Andy Cohen has confirmed that he has halted production of his show 'Watch What Happens Live' after he contracted coronavirus.
“As much as I felt like I could push through whatever I was feeling to do #WWHL from home, we’re putting a pin in that for now so I can focus on getting better,” Cohen wrote on Instagram.
Actress Debi Mazar has taken to social media to confirm that she has tested positive for COVID-19. She wants fans to know she is okay and is quarantining in her home.
Following his teammates Daniele Rugini and Blaise Matuidi, Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has confirmed he has coronavirus. The Argentine striker lives in Turin, Italy, where it has been badly plagued by the illness.
AC Milan icon and legendary Italian defender Paolo Maldini has tested positive for coronavirus. The former player and current AC Milan sporting director lives in the Lombardy region of Italy where it has been impacted the most by the illness in that country. The total number of deaths in the country has surpassed 4,000.
The son of AC Milan icon Paolo Maldini, Daniel Maldini, has also contracted coronavirus. The 18-year-old also plays for the same club where his father and grandfather made their names.
Republican U.S. Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky has contracted coronavirus. The news of his diagnosis comes less than a week after he struck down a coronavirus stimulus package.
Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini has tested positive for coronavirus. The former Manchester United star currently plays in China for Shandong Luneng Taishan F.C.
China has been ravaged by coronavirus. The country has over 81,000 cases and has seen over 3,000 deaths.
Iconic Spanish opera singer Placido Domingo has confirmed he has coronavirus.
Spain is the latest country to be hit hard by the illness with over 1,700 fatalities and 25,000 reported cases.
Acclaimed playwright Terrence McNally, 81, passed away due to complications from coronavirus inside a Florida Hospital.
The TONY Award winner, who is known for his works like "Love! Valor! Compassion!," "Kiss of the Spiderwpman," "The Fully Monty," and "Master Class," is survived by his husband Tom Kirdahy.
McNally is one of the first celebrity passings due to COVID-19.
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jackson Browne, 71, has confirmed he has COVID-19.
Radiohead guitarist Ed O'Brien told Billboard magazine that he believes he has coronavirus and remains in isolation. The guitarist says he never got an official test but experienced symptoms including fever, aches, and temporary loss of smell.
Iconic Cameroon jazz musician Manu Dibango died due to complications of coronavirus. The 86-year-old passed away in France.
Colorado Avalanche Player
A member of the Colorado Avalanche hockey team has tested positive for COVID-19, the team confirmed in a statement. While they have not said which player on the squad contracted the illness, they are saying he is in isolation.
Rapper Scarface of the Gheto Boys has tested positive for coronavirus.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed he has tested positive for COVID-19 and is self isolating. The prime minister says he has a mild case.
James Dolan, owner of New York Knicks and New York Rangers, has tested positive for coronavirus.
Country music star Joe Diffie, 61, passed away due to complications of coronavirus.
Diffie was a member of the Grand Ole Opry for over 25 years and in 1998 won a Grammy for "Same Old Train," which was a collaboration featuring a dozen artists.
Adam Schlesinger of Fountains of Wayne
Adam Schlesinger of indie rock band Fountains of Wayne is reportedly in a coma and on a ventilator due to complications from coronavirus. On April 1, Schlesinger passed away due to coronavirus complications.
CNN host Chris Cuomo has tested positive for coronavirus. The journalist, whose brother is New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, has taken to Twitter to announce his diagnosis.
He says that he was exposed to people recently had also tested positive and is quarantining himself in the basement of his home.
New Orleans jazz staple Ellis Marsalis, 85, passed away after a battle with coronavirus, his family says.
“Pneumonia was the actual thing that caused his demise. But it was pneumonia brought on by COVID-19,” his son, Ellis Marsalis III, told the Associated Press in an interview.
Singer / songwriter Sara Barielles says she has recovered after having coronavirus.
"I had it, just so you know. I’m fully recovered, just so you know," she said on Instagram.
CNN personality Brooke Baldwin says she has tested positive for COVID-19.
Singer Marianne Faithful is in a London hospital as she battles COVID-19.
John Taylor of Duran Duran
Duran Duran bassist John Taylor says he tested positive for coronavirus but says he is recovering.
John Prine, hailed as one of America's greatest songwriters, passed away from complications due to coronavirus. The Grammy award winning singer was 73 and passed away in Nashville.
Longtime "Saturday Night Live" staffer and music producer Hal Willner due to complications of COVID-19. The 64-year-old passed away the same day as John Prine.
Willer's last tweet was coincidentally dedicated to Prine, where he said, "Sending love to John Prine who is in critical condition with COVID-19,” he wrote. “John is a music giant. His songs are as good as it gets and he’s a spellbinding performer. Send good thoughts his way. ‘I sound like that old guy down the street that doesn’t chase you out of his apple tree.'"
Alternative country music star Sturgill Simpson says he has tested positive for COVID-19.
"Good Morning America" anchor George Stephanopoulos says he has coronavirus. His diagnosis comes after his wife had contracted the illness.
Musician and producer Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds says he has contracted coronavirus. The Grammy winner says he and his family contracted it and are on the road to recovery.
Acclaimed New York spots photographer Anthony Causi passed away from coronavirus over Easter weekend. The photographer, who had worked at 'New York Post,' was 48.
He is survived by his wife, Romina, and their children John, 5, and Mia, 2.
Rhianna's father, Ronald Fenty, has contracted coronavirus.
Since the coronavirus outbreak, Rihanna has donated $5 million to global organizations protecting healthcare workers, she has also donated personal protective equipment to healthcare workers in New York, as well as over $2 million to domestic violence charities in crisis during the pandemic.
DJ Jazzy Jeff
DJ Jazzy Jeff says he had coronavirus but could not get tested. Speaking to his close friend, actor Will Smith, on social media, the iconic DJ said he started feeling bad after getting back from a trip.
"Got into bed – don’t remember the next 10 days. My temperature had reached about 103°F," he said. "I had chills, I lost smell, I lost sense of taste.”
Fred the Godson
Rapper Fred the Godson passed away reportedly due to complications with coronavirus. The 35-year-old rapper first announced that he had COVID-19 in early April and was tracking his progress on social media.
The rapper was never signed to a major label but appeared on the cover of XXL's coveted freshman class of 2011 which featured Kendrick Lamar. Fred the Godson collaborated with Diddy, Meek Mill, and Pusha-T.
Dave Greenfield, keyboardist for British band The Stranglers, died of coronavirus. He was 71.