Following unconfirmed reports that Zac Efron suffered from a medical emergency and was flown to a private hospital in Australia, the actor forwarded the information and informed fans of his recovery. Here’s what he had to say!
It all started when Efron was shooting a documentary before the holidays.
Apparently, the man was diagnosed with a dangerous bacterial infection that was so serious that it was a matter of “life and death” to get him immediate help.
Fortunately, Zac is now back in the United States and doing much better.
When he started to experience the frightening symptoms, Efron was in Papua New Guinea shooting Killing Zac Efron.
The Sunday Telegraph was the first media to report on the actor ‘s health crisis.
From Papua New Guinea, he was flown to Brisbane, Australia, where he received medical treatment at a private hospital.
He stayed there for a few days and was then allowed to return home to America just in time for Christmas Eve.
Arriving in stable condition, Zac was treated for a few days in hospital before a doctor allowed him to return home to the United States on December 24.
Despite refusing to disclose his patient’s name, Dr. Glenn McKay, director of Medical Rescue, told media that a team had “recovered an American citizen in his 30s PNG from Brisbane for medical treatment in Australia”.
Following the reports, many fans sent their best wishes to the actor and finally, he responded in a statement intended to show his gratitude to them.
“Very grateful to everyone who reached out. I got sick in Papua New Guinea, but I bounced back quickly and finished 3 amazing weeks at P.N.G. I am at home for the holidays with my friends and family. Thank you for all the love and concern, see you in 2020! “, He wrote.