American actor Zac Efron lately fell sick whereas filming a survival actuality TV present in Papua New Guinea.
The 32-year-old was reported to have been flown by helicopter for therapy in Australia after contracting a bacterial an infection – probably typhoid – whereas capturing his journey collection Killing Zac Efron.
In a tweet on Monday, the Dangerous Neighbours star stated he was again house “for the vacations with my family and friends” – and the publish was accompanied by a photograph of him with locals in Papua New Guinea.
Very grateful to everybody who has reached out.
I did get sick in Papua New Guinea however I bounced again fast and completed a tremendous three weeks in P.N.G.
I’m house for the vacations with my family and friends. Thanks for all of the love and concern, see you in 2020! pic.twitter.com/SEcopCmqAB
— Zac Efron (@ZacEfron) December 29, 2019
He added: “Very grateful to everybody who has reached out. I did get sick in Papua New Guinea however I bounced again fast and completed a tremendous three weeks in P.N.G.”
Glenn McKay, a health care provider with the Medical Rescue Group, advised Sydney’s Each day Telegraph newspaper on Sunday that he couldn’t talk about confidential affected person data, however might verify “that Medical Rescue retrieved a US citizen in his 30s from PNG to Brisbane lately for medical consideration.”
The newspaper reported that docs allowed Efron to fly house to Los Angeles on Christmas Eve.
Typhoid fever is a bacterial an infection that’s transmitted by contaminated meals and water, and kills 216,000 to 600,000 individuals worldwide every year.
Killing Zac Efron is a survival actuality present wherein the actor ventures “deep into the jungles of a distant, harmful island to carve his personal identify in expedition historical past”.
The collection was commissioned by brief content material platform Quibi and is ready to launch in April.
Efron, who discovered fame in Disney’s Excessive College Musical franchise, had beforehand posted pictures on social media exhibiting him in a canoe on PNG’s Sepik River and travelling to Yanchan Village to see a standard skin-cutting ceremony.