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Idris Elba feared he was dying during Covid-19 battle

By Reuters
22 October 2021   |   8:07 am
In an interview for the November 2021 issue of Esquire magazine, Idris didn't discuss his symptoms but did admit that he was highly anxious when he first discovered he had the virus.

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