Zac Efron Reportedly Rushed to Hospital in Australia Earlier than Holidays, Just lately Seen in U.S.

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In accordance with an Australian report, Zac Efron suffered a medical emergency whereas filming his new TV present overseas earlier than the vacations. E! Information has not confirmed this, and has discovered that the actor was seen in america a bit of greater than every week in the past after wrapping the sequence, and appeared wholesome.

The Australian Sunday Telegraph newspaper reported on Saturday that Efron had contracted what’s believed to be a typhoid or different bacterial an infection whereas on the island nation of Papua New Guinea, the place he is been taking pictures the brand new Quibi sequence Killing Zac Efron, and was airlifted by emergency medical employees to an airport in Brisbane, Australia, the place he was then transported to a personal hospital.

Efron’s rep had no fast remark in regards to the report when contacted by E! Information.

The Sunday Telegraph, whose report was picked up by retailers comparable to Fox Information, the BBC, Newsweek, and a number of U.Ok. newspapersmentioned that the actor spent a number of days on the hospital and that docs allowed him to journey residence to the U.S. on Christmas Eve.

Dr. Glenn McKay from the Medical Rescue Group advised the Each day Telegraph {that a} staff “retrieved a U.S. citizen in his 30s from PNG to Brisbane not too long ago for medical consideration in Australia,” and that he was “admitted to St Andrews Warfare Memorial Hospital in a steady situation.” He declined to call the affected person.

Killing Zac Efron, which was introduced in November, sees Efron spending 21 days off the grid, “deep into the jungles of a distant, harmful island,” “with nothing however primary gear, a information accomplice and a will to outlive.” The Sunday Telegraph mentioned Efron fell ailing whereas he was in the midst of filming the present.

In accordance with the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention, the micro organism that causes typhoid fever, a life-threatening sickness, may be present in contaminated water and meals in Papua New Guinea. Individuals who contract it may be handled with antibiotics. Vaccines can be found.

(Initially revealed on Sunday, December 29 at 8:16 a.m. PT)

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