Bon Jovi keyboard player David Bryan, 58, exclusively told NATIONAL FILE that he took Hydroxychloroquine after he was diagnosed with Coronavirus, and his condition is improving.

“I’m on Day 23,” David Bryan told NATIONAL FILE. Bryan, who lives in New Jersey, wrote the musical Diana, on the life of the late Princess of Wales, which was doing well in previews but its Broadway debut at the Longacre Theatre is now postponed due to the virus.

I called up my doctor Dr. Mike Rothberg, and he tested me for Corona. Then on Saturday he said you’re quarantined you have it.”

“He’s a very good doctor, and very astute doctor. He said I’m going to start you on (anti-bacterial) Zithromax and hydroxychloroquine,” Bryan said.

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