The 70-year-old British actor went to social media to discuss his experience with COVID-19 and the seriousness of his condition.
John tweeted, “Sunday sightings #Coronavirus. I almost died twice in my life. Once last week.
“The gauze between life and death is extremely thin and oh so easy to cross.
“Certainly in a way. Not sure about the other. For the moment. “
John went on to tweet a tribute to frontline NHS workers during the crisis and how everyone should do their part.
“Everyone from top to bottom is doing their best,” he wrote, “and they’re trying to do it in the best possible way in the best possible order.”
“We have to support them. We have to be quiet and do what we are told. Stay at home / help nhs / save lives. “
Today in the UK, the death toll stands at 5,375, an increase of 441 in 24 hours.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is currently being treated for coronavirus in the hospital.
However, John Bowe’s tone towards members of the British public who did not take the necessary steps to fight the pandemic was not as friendly.
He tweeted, “Beware of the inconsistency, selfishness and stupidity of the masses. Come on UK. We are better than that.
“Stay firm and strong behind our leaders who, with us, are trying to find a way to get through this vicious swamp. #StayHomeSaveLives »
The actor portrayed Home Farm owner Lawrence White from 2014 to 2018, when his character was killed in a car accident alongside his daughter Chrissie (Louise Marwood), who also died.
The stories of her character, including becoming gay later and revealing to Chrissie that she was not really her biological daughter.
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Both died at the hands of Chrissie’s messy son, Lachlan White.
Having been chased out of the soap, John then tweeted, “I’m still in shock from the door that was just slammed in the face. I’m going to get up, dust off, etc. #actorslife »
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