British actor Benedict Cumberbatch believes that he could have become zero patients at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Oscar-nominated actor is studying more closely the mysterious disease he suffered last year.
After analyzing his symptoms, he now considers himself one of the first people to contract covid-19.
“I’m very sick,” Cumberbatch told the Independent.
After reading the first reports on the pandemic, the 44-year-old actor expressed concern that he might have contributed to the spread of the pandemic.
“I was thinking, oh my god, am I actually a zero patient?” he told the Independent.
The London-born actor traveled to Cape Town, South Africa to film “The Mauritanian” at the end of 2019 when he was infected with the coronavirus.
He said: “I was very ill and almost got pneumonia.” He said that despite the illness, he still finished the film “vomiting between shots”.
Cumberbatch said that when filming this scene with director Kevin Macdonald, he opened his eyes and saw Guantanamo Bay. Guantanamo Bay is a U.S. military prison near Cuba that opened after the terrorist’s home was attacked on September 11.
After filming the film based on Guantanamo’s diary, Cumberbatch filmed the film based on a memoir written by former prisoner Mohamedou Ould Slahi. He said he was working hard to close Guantanamo and planned to stay here. Contact with President Biden.
Cumberbatch said: “This is the most expensive prison in the world. I asked him to close it. Guantanamo shouldn’t be in this world.”