'Harry Potter' Author Reveals She "Recovered" From Coronavirus Symptoms

J.K. Rowling

NEW YORK - NOV 10, 2016: J.K. Rowling attends the premiere "Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them" at Alice Tully Hall on November 10, 2016, in New York City. (Editorial credit: JStone /

J.K. Rowling, the author behind the iconic ‘Harry Potter’ books, says she “recovered” after experiencing “all symptoms” related to the Coronavirus COVID-19.

Over the past two weeks, the writer revealed she experienced “all symptoms” over the past two weeks. However, she has not been tested for the disease.

Rowling broke the news via her Twitter account, and she published a video featuring advice on how to relieve the respiratory symptoms of COVID-19; advice she recited from her husband Neil Murray, who is a physician.

Harry Potter at Home

Last week, Rowling released “Harry Potter at Home,” which is an open platform featuring content based around her books. She explained both parents and teachers, “Working to keep children amused,” and who may need “a bit of magic.” The website includes puzzles, videos, and quizzes.

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