Coronavirus Outbreak: Mia Farrow reveals daughter Quincy diagnosed with COVID-19, hospitalised
In a brief post on Twitter, Mia Farrow said Quincy has been forced to seek medical attention at a hospital.
Los Angeles: Veteran actor Mia Farrow has revealed that her adopted daughter Quincy has been diagnosed with coronavirus.
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In a brief post on Twitter, the 75-year-old actor said Quincy has been forced to seek medical attention at a hospital.
"A personal request. If you would be so kind, would you please send up a prayer for my daughter Quincy. Today she had no alternative but to go the hospital for help in her struggle against the coronavirus," Farrow tweeted.
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A personal request. If you would be so kind, would you please send up a prayer for my daughter Quincy. Today she had no alternative but to go the hospital for help in her struggle against the coronavirus.
— Mia Farrow (@MiaFarrow) April 10, 2020
Quincy Farrow-LePine, who was born as Kaeli-Sha, is the actor''s youngest child. Farrow had adopted Quincy in 1994 when she was just one-year-old, post the actor's split from filmmaker Woody Allen. Quincy is married and has a baby daughter named Coretta. The coronavirus, which originated in China, has so far claimed the lives of over 100,000 people worldwide and infected 1.7 million others. Also read on Firstpost — Coronavirus Outbreak: Tom Hanks, Idris Elba, Kanika Kapoor, Harvey Weinstein — a list of celebs who have tested positive (With inputs from Press Trust of India) Here are some of Farrow's Instagram posts
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Ok obviously I’m not going out and maybe none of us ever will again so i got a little bored and played around with some makeup which i haven’t used in TEN WHOLE DAYS and it feels like a year. Anyway, good night everyone.❤️Sweet dreams. #homesweethome A post shared by Mia Farrow (@realmiafarrow) on
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